Recover Disability Benefits for Your Chronic Pain Disorder!
Chronic Pain Disorder is a complex physical disability for healthcare specialists to navigate. Its intricate natural history and ambiguous etiology, makes fora relatively lackluster response to chronic pain disorder therapy.
Chronic pain disorder can be characterized by a consistent pain that persists over half a year. One of the most common forms of the disorder is fibromyalgia.
The perpetual pain from the condition can lead to other issues such as persistent fatigue, depression, and in extreme cases, excessive use of drugs. Additionally, chronic pain disorder could be a prelude to other medical conditions including arthritis, cancer, and clinical depression.
What Help is Available to me?
Chronic pain disorders like fibromyalgia can take its toll on a person’s day-to-day activities. As the pain persists and worsens, even the most common tasks we take for granted – like getting up and going outside to get the paper – become monumentally difficult challenges.
To combat fibromyalgia symptoms and other chronic pain disorders, the Canada Revenue Agency provides disability benefits to help maintain differently-abled Canadians’ standard of living. In the case of fibromyalgia, the Disability Tax Credit is one such program available to Canadians to offset any financial obstacles for chronic pain treatments.
Claiming a fibromyalgia Disability Tax Credit is as tricky as defining chronic pain disorder itself. The DTC application process can be lengthy and complicated, so a large number of differently-abled Canadians don’t submit a claim.
And that’s where we can help.
The National Benefit Authority specializes in all things related to the Canadian Disability Tax Credit. As Canada’s biggest service provider of the DTC, our in-house specialists are experienced in filling out the tedious paperwork (Form T2201), helping to determine our clients’ disability tax credit eligibility, and recovering previously rejected DTC claims. We do all the difficult, draining work for you, so you and your family can focus on your recovery, and what’s important to you.
The Disability Tax Credit amount differs on a case-by-case basis, though some claims can be upwards of $50,000 per application. Get the Canadian disability benefits you’re entitled to by working with the NBA!