It is a well-known fact that no one can live without food or water for very long and therefore inability or trouble feeding is one of the most serious disabilities imaginable. As most of the disorders which lead to such a condition are related to the act of swallowing, the technical term for such a disorder is dysphagia. Canadian Disability Benefits exists solely to help you through the challenging Canadian Disability Tax Credit application process and will do everything we can to make sure you receive the maximum value that you qualify for.
What is Inability or Trouble Feeding?
The inability or trouble feeding refers to a wide variety of disorders, any of which are mainly defined by an abnormality in a person’s ability to move food or liquid from their mouth to stomach. The causes of such a difficulty may be psychological, neurological or physical in nature and can affect anyone at any time. Regardless of what the underlying cause may be, correcting an inability or trouble feeding can be extremely expensive, but Canadian Disability Benefits can help.
Symptoms of Inability Trouble Feeding
More often than not, inability or trouble feeding is the symptom of a larger issue rather than a standalone condition. However, whether it stands alone or is caused by another disorder, the symptoms most often affect a person’s ability to swallow. If this difficulty is caused by a physical defect, it can often be fixed through reconstructive surgery, which may be extremely expensive. The Canadian Disability Tax Credit program can provide you with up to $35,000 per claim in order to get the treatment you need and offset other financial hardships you might experience.
Alternately, a psychological inability or trouble feeding is properly referred to as phagophobia, from the Greek for a fear of eating or fear of choking. This sort of disorder can be even harder to overcome in many cases as it can require years of psychotherapy before the person can feed themselves normally.
How Canadian Disability Benefits Helps
As should be obvious from every page on this website, Canadian Disability Benefits can and will help you receive the benefits you’re entitled to no matter what your disability may be. Give us a call or use our online contact form to get started on the path to a financially secure future inability trouble feeding.