PIP Mobility Use this to decide whether you could score enough points for Personal Independence Payment Mobility Component. When answering the questions, think about how you are for most of the time of the week or month. Also think whether you can do these activities safely, reliably, repeatedly, within a reasonable time Planning and following journeys. This looks at the mental health difficulties with mobility, such as anxiety, distress, learning disabilities, etc.The next question looks at the physical problems when moving around.Can plan and follow the route of a journey unaided.Needs prompting to be able to undertake any journey to avoid overwhelming psychological distress to the claimant.Cannot plan the route of a journey.Cannot follow the route of an unfamiliar journey without another person, assistance dog or orientation aid.Cannot undertake any journey because it would cause overwhelming psychological distress to the claimant.Cannot follow the route of a familiar journey without another person, an assistance dog or an orientation aid. Moving aroundCan stand and then move more than 200 metres, either aided or unaided.Can stand and then move more than 50 metres but no more than 200 metres, either aided or unaidedCan stand and then move unaided more than 20 metres but no more than 50 metres.Can stand and then move using an aid or appliance more than 20 metres but no more than 50 metres.Can stand and then move more than 1 metre but no more than 20 metres, either aided or unaided.Cannot, either aided or unaided stand, or move more than 1 metre Time is Up!