I’m sorry to hear that your benefits has been reduced, this must be really difficult for you financially.
If you’ve already been to the tribunal it is difficult to take up your case as it takes a specialists to challenge the second tier tribunal. If you do want to do this you’d need to do so quickly as there is a one month deadline from the decision of the second tier tribunal. To examine the merits of your case you’d need to speak to a benefit and employment adviser, which can be accessed through our helpline. Although we cannot guarantee they will take up his case. You can call our helpline on 0808 800 0303 from Monday-Friday: 9am-7pm, Saturday: 10am-2pm, or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’ve lost your benefit completely then you could either challenge the decision or make a new claim. If you make a new claim I would strongly suggest you get help completing the form so you have the best possible application. If you didn’t lose the benefit completely, but feel that your condition has deteriorated since your last assessment, then you can ask to be reassessed.
In regards to your question about MP’s with Parkinson’s, we are not aware of any current MP’s with Parkinson’s, although there are a few ex-MP’s. For an MP to spend the day with you, it would need to be your local MP, as they are very particular about only working on behalf of their own constituents. You could approach your MP, they often hold surgeries, to discuss concerns like this.
I hope this information is useful to you.