The safety of people with epilepsy is being put at risk by the current disability benefits system according to a British Epilepsy charity.
The Personal Independence Payment (PIP) system is a benefit for people with long-term illnesses or disabilities.
Epilepsy Action say the condition, which 12,500 people live with in Cornwall and Devon, has the highest refusal rate for people claiming this payment.
Daisy Harris is 22 and studies Marine Conservation in Newquay.
She has up to 150 epileptic seizures a night.
Daisy says she has been denied disability benefits under the new Personal Independence Payment Scheme which replaced the old Disability Living Allowance.
She thinks the assessment process is not right for people with epilepsy.
Epilepsy Action say 15,000 people with epilepsy have been re-assessed from Disability Living Allowance to Personal Independence Payments.
EA say more than two thirds of those individuals have had their financial support refused or reduced.
The number of people refused who are claiming for epilepsy is 20 percent above the national average for other health conditions.
PIP payments can range from £22 to nearly £140 per week.
EA are now calling on the Government to change the PIP process for people like Daisy.
The Department for Work and Pensions says PIP is an improvement on the old system.
"PIP is a better benefit which takes a much wider look at the way an individual's disability or health condition, such as epilepsy, impacts them on a daily basis. Under PIP 29% of claimants receive the highest rate of support compared to 15% under DLA."