Disability for Personality Disorder
Personality Disorder is a continual pattern of abnormal emotion and behavior compared to the cultural, social norms of society. These traits are typically anti-social, making it difficult for a person with personality disorder to ‘fit in’ with everyone else.
The mental disorder is known to arise after adolescence which is the largest percentage of diagnoses in the demographic. Common causes of the disability include childhood abuse or other psychological traumas.
Treatment for personality disorders are generally successful, with advances in psychological medicine giving patients a fighting chance to combat the condition.
Personality Disorder Disability Benefits in Canada
To help Canadians with the unavoidable, added costs for personality disorder treatments and support, aid comes in the form of the Canadian Disability Tax Credit (DTC). The government program was created to help differently-abled Canadians maintain a high standard of living through residual disability assistance.
Having said that, a large number of Canadians who qualify don’t apply for their disability tax credit because they are often unaware of their eligibility. Others don’t apply or re-apply due to the paperwork and potentially complex and confusing process.
How can I claim the Disability Tax Credit?
The National Benefit Authority was founded to simplify the process for disabled Canadians to receive the Disability Tax Credit. Rather than going back and forth with the Canada Revenue Agency about your Disability Tax Credit amount or eligibility, our team does all the work for you. From filling out your T2201 application to finally recovering your disability benefits, we’ll work alongside you the entire way, getting you the money you deserve.
We’re Canada’s largest DTC service provider – as our testimonials can attest, we quickly and securely claim the entire disability benefits you’re eligible to receive!