At Canadian Disability Benefits we provide our services and experience equally to everyone who comes to us with a claim which qualifies under the Canadian Disability Tax Credit. Colitis can seriously affect a person’s quality of life and even make it nearly impossible to live your day to day life.
What is Colitis?
Colitis is a medical term referring to the inflammation of the colon or more generally the entire large intestine which includes the colon, caecum and rectum. While frequently used alone by the general public as if it is a diagnosis on its own, the medical community only uses colitis without qualification when the cause of the inflammation is unknown or it is being used in context as an abbreviation for a well-known disease. Regardless of what you are referring to when using the term colitis, the fact of the matter is that it can be the source of extreme discomfort and even debilitating pain. If you find yourself unable to work or even just find daily tasks excessively difficult because your condition, you might qualify for Canadian Disability Benefits to help you survive.
Symptoms of Colitis
As colitis is actually a blanket term for many different conditions which causes inflammation of the colon or large intestine; there is no specific set of symptoms that can be said to always indicate colitis. However, as they all have at least some of the same common effect of causing irritation and inflammation of the colon, they do have some symptoms which often appear. In cases which are severe enough to potentially qualify for benefits under the Canadian Disability Tax Credit program; it is common for patients to suffer from lack of appetite, weight loss and abdominal pain at the very least.
How Canadian Disability Benefits Helps
As with all government programs, the great intentions of the Canadian Disability Tax Credit program is often separated from those who need it the most by layers of paperwork and red tape. At Canadian Disability Benefits, we provide you with decades of experience to quickly cut through the red tape and ensure you receive the maximum rebate that you qualify for.