The Social Security Advisory Committee (SSAC) is conducting research into how the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) engage with disabled people in formulating policies and processes which affect them.
https://www.gov.uk/government/consul...g-how-it-works

They are not looking into benefits themselves, but in how the DWP does and should consult/involve disabled individuals and organisations in making policies.

In this call for evidence we are not looking for views about social security benefits, but about how you think DWP listens to feedback from disabled people or involves disabled people, and any ways in which this might be improved.
There are two sets of questions, one set for if you've taken part in a DWP policy counsultation before, and another set for if you haven't (but would maybe like to do).

I suggest looking at the 'Easy Read' if you think you may want to respond.

PS. The Easy Read says that replies are wanted by 20th March, but the fuller online document says email responses should be sent by 6th March.
(I guess they know how long the post can take, LOL)