Disability for Panic Disorder & Anxiety
Panic disorder falls under the umbrella of anxiety disorders, characterized by the recurrent onset of anxiety or panic attacks. While anxiety is a standard human emotion, people with panic disorder have such a heightened sense of apprehension that their health and well-being is negatively affected.
Panic disorder can heavily influence a person’s day-to-day living, as their anxieties keep them from experiencing what life has to offer. Rather than exploring new opportunities or relationships, people with panic disorder may feel isolating themselves is ideal to avoid any undesirable outcomes that they fear. Triggering a panic attack can come from a myriad of reasons; the presence of an inherited disorder is a common cause, as well as alcohol consumption and smoking. For the most part, it heavily depends on the challenges the person currently faces in their life.
Allowing panic disorder to linger can manifest to physical symptoms, including a rapid heartbeat, dizziness, and trembling. Psychological affects can be severe: fears of losing control, or ‘going crazy’, as well as a fear of dying, are unsettling consequences that will dictate how a person lives to avoid these unrealistic outcomes. Fortunately, panic disorder is curable through a combination of therapy or anti-anxiety medications.
How does the Disability Tax Credit work?
A person combatting panic disorder shouldn’t feel isolated or alone. To offset those feelings of depersonalization and isolation through treatments and medications, aid for panic disorder is available in Canada in the form of the Canadian Disability Tax Credit (DTC). This disability benefit was designed to support differently-abled Canadians facing unavoidable costs for treatment and care of their disability.
How can the NBA help me?
Unclaimed disability tax credits are very common in Canada; the DTC application process can be confusing or tricky for those with difficult disabilities. The tedious T2201 application and other associated disability tax forms must be extremely accurate for a successful claim, which tends to push people away from claiming their disability benefits altogether.
The National Benefit Authority was founded to navigate the logistics of the Disability Tax Credit application for Canadians in need. Rather than struggling to determine your Disability Tax Credit eligibility or amount, our experts will do all the heavy lifting for you. Whether you’re submitting a claim for the first time, second time, or are looking for Disability Tax Credit retroactive claims, we’ve got the knowledge and experience. We’ve helped over 40,000 Canadians in successfully recovering their Disability Tax Credit.
We’ll work on your behalf to claim every dollar of disability benefits you’re entitled to, alleviating at least one anxiety from your mind.