A controversial new benefit replaces the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) for new claimants in Wales today.
The Personal Independence Payment (PIP) was introduced in pilot parts of England in April - and is now being rolled out for the rest of England, Scotland and Wales.
The new assessment includes an individual's ability to carry out a broad range of activities such as washing, dressing, cooking and getting around.
Existing working-age DLA claimants will start to be re-assessed from October - and there are no current plans to replace DLA for children under 16 and people aged 65 and over who are already receiving it.
More top news
One of literature's most loved and celebrated characters will appear on new coins from Monday for a limited period of time.
Coastguards dramatically rescued a dog who was stranded on 10ft up a cliff in Llangrannog, Ceredigion.
Cardiff Council said the man was sleeping rough in the city and was known to its outreach services.