"You're not disabled enough".
The Government has backed down and agreed to pay Chloe Glasson's family up to £537 a month to help deal with her chronic narcolepsy.
The 15-year-old from Kirkcaldy, Fife, hit the headlines last month after it emerged she falls asleep dozens of times a day, including at school, on buses, and out with friends.
Chloe's family think she developed the condition as a result of getting a swine flu jab in 2009.
Chloe's mother, Rebecca, 32, said: "I got the call on Tuesday saying she had been approved and a wave of relief washed over me."