I was receiving IB and some weeks ago was told that I'd been placed in the work-related activity group for ESA. I asked them to reconsider, summarising the key points of my original application, and they've told me they've reached the same decision. I'll be appealing this - I don't have enough energy for basic self-care let alone any left over to work or even attend one of their work-focused interviews. I've just received a written record of why I wasn't put in the support group (just a list of statements saying "The available evidence suggests the patient can do X, Y or Z"). I wasn't given a medical assessment so all the evidence they've got is my application, which they've clearly ignored. I've written to my local CAB to ask for help but in the meantime (or in case they're snowed) I'm looking for info on what to do. I'll be asking my GP to write in support, once I know what to ask him for. There's quite a bit on the net about what you should do to get your 15 points to get ESA but I've got ESA, I'm just in the wrong group. Can anyone direct me at info specifically about how to most effectively appeal the decision to put me in the WRAG group? Attending a tribunal in person is out of the question for me so I need a strong appeal on paper.