Parkinson’s disease can sometimes manifest itself slowly, starting with things like slowness of movement and shaking. Soon, though, these frustrating but relatively minor problems become greater. Eventually, those with Parkinson’s may find it very difficult to carry out even the simplest of routine tasks.
The national and provincial governments of Canada recognize just how serious this condition can be. That is why disability benefits for Canadians extend to Parkinson’s patients and those caring for them. While certainly not easing the physical, emotional, and mental pain of the condition, this help can go a long way toward alleviating the financial burdens associated with it.
While Parkinson’s disease, especially for patients or caregivers of patients who are in the latter stages of the disease is among the easiest cases in terms of proving eligibility for benefits like the disability tax credit, it can be difficult to complete the paperwork associated with disability benefits for Canadians. That is where Canadian Disability Benefits can help.
We provide full service to those who need guidance and other assistance in staking claims to disability benefits. For Canadians, this process can be quite complicated. Even simple errors in paperwork or communications with the relevant government agencies can result in benefits being delayed or denied. By having us work with you in making your claim, you can rest assured that all of the details will be executed to perfection. Further, we will serve as your advocate should any of the agencies question whether you should be receiving such benefits.
If you would like to know more about whether you can claim the disability benefits that are available for Canadians, call or e-mail us today. We would be happy to discuss your situation with you, help you determine whether you are eligible, and, if so, take you through the process of filing a successful claim.