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Generalized Anxiety Disorder Disability for Canadians

 

Anxiety and fear are natural emotions we all experience living in a world where each day after another is unpredictable, sprinkled with unforeseen circumstances that can be trying on an emotional or physical level.

When a person’s fears and anxieties get the best of them, where they’re constantly worrying, it can have a serious negative psychological, and sometimes physical, impact.

This perpetual state of heightened paranoia is known as Generalized Anxiety Disorder, or GAD. People with GAD typically have irrational fears about the worst case scenario, leading to emotional distress that affects the individual’s everyday life, as well as personal, family, and work relationships. The built-up stress can even manifest into physical symptoms, including fatigue, headaches, nausea, muscle tension, insomnia, and hot flashes.

Self-help is an effective method of treatment for GAD, which ranges from deep breathing and relaxation exercises, to anxiety-busting habits like limiting caffeine, and even learning to reason with oneself. If additional support alongside self-help is needed, it’s usually in the form of cognitive behavioural therapy, or medications.

How Does the Disability Tax Credit Work?

Generalized anxiety disorder, due to its potential psychological and physical impact on a person’s well-being and relationships, is classified as a disability by the Canadian government. To help offset the costs of extra care or treatments, the Canada Revenue Agency provides disability benefits like the Canadian Disability Tax Credit and Child Disability Tax Credit for families combatting GAD.

Despite disability for anxiety available to many eligible Canadians, unclaimed disability tax credits are surprisingly common. The DTC application process is tedious, pushing people away from even submitting their T2201 form.

How Can the NBA Help?

The National Benefit Authority is Canada’s biggest disability tax service provider, having assisted over 40,000 Canadians in successfully claiming disability credits. Our in-house team of experts can help determine your Disability Tax Credit eligibility, and walk you through your Canadian Disability Tax Credit application. Disability Tax Credit amounts vary on a case-by-case basis, but can be upwards of $50,000 per application!

Allow us to recover your disability for generalized anxiety disorder on your behalf, alleviating you and your family of at least one concern.

Apply for your Disability Tax Credit today by giving us a call at 1-888-389-0080.

Or schedule a free consultation with our specialists if you have any further questions regarding how to claim your Disability Tax Credit.

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