Elimination difficulties are among the most common yet also most sensitive issues which exist among the citizens of Canada. Whether these difficulties present as a symptom of a larger condition or of their own accord, they can be painful and even lead to serious complications over time. Canadian Disability Benefits will fight on your behalf to get you the maximum benefits that you’re entitled to, up to $35,000 per claim.
What are Elimination Difficulties?
As mentioned above, the term “elimination difficulties” is a polite way of referring to the sensitive topic of a person’s ability to eliminate waste from their body. Elimination difficulties are a common symptom of many disorders, but can also be a serious disability on their own ranging from recurring constipation to the complete inability to have a natural bowel movement. The Canadian Disability Tax Credit program can go a long way toward providing you with the financial backing you need to afford the medical treatment you need to live a full life.
Symptoms of Elimination Difficulties
As a general rule, anything outside what the medical establishment considers normal bowel function can be described as an elimination difficulty. However, this range of disabilities not only includes everything on the scale running from incontinence at one end to a bowel obstruction at the other; but also hemorrhoids, prolapsed rectum and other physical issues resulting from the initial problem. Canadian Disability Benefits are designed to take care of you regardless of the specific nature of your disability as long as it significantly impacts your life.
How Canadian Disability Benefits Helps
Canadian Disability Benefits has been helping the people of Canada receive the benefits they’re entitled to for more than three decades and will continue to do so as long as we can. Built on good intentions, the Canadian Disability Tax Credit program has unfortunately found itself wrapped in progressively thicker layers of red tape and paperwork leading to confusion and disappointment. Our years of experience in both the tax and financial fields allow us to lead you through the application process at no cost to you until after you have received your Canadian Disability Benefits.