Alzheimer’s disease and Disability Tax Credit

Alzheimer’s disease is a neurological disorder in which the death of brain cells causes memory loss and cognitive decline. It is the most common type of dementia.  As symptoms worsen, it becomes difficult for people to remember recent events, to reason, and to recognize people they know.

Ultimately, a person with Alzheimer’s is likely to need full-time care. The Canada Revenue Agency offers substantial credit as Disability Tax Credit for people with this disease.
If you or anyone you are taking care of is labeled with Alzheimer’s disease, chances are that you may qualify for Disability Tax Credit.

We offer a free consultation to find out if you qualify and are eligible for Canada Disability Tax Credit and have years of experience working with cases involving Alzheimer’s disease.  We serve the provinces of Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Saskatchewan.

As a Disability Tax Credit Consultant,  we will act on your behalf and do the necessary paperwork and deal with Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and get the maximum amount allowed.  The submission process is never straightforward and requires careful planning. Fortunately, by years of submitting cases involving Alzheimer’s disease and Disability Tax Credit, we are confident in making your claim successful. We`ll constantly be in touch with the CRA and keep you informed of the status of your application.
To get started, give us a call, or simply use the form on your right and we`ll be in touch.