Picture of the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract). Disability Tax Credit for Crohn's disease.Crohn’s disease is a chronic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) that can affect any part of the digestive tract. Up to 170,000 Canadians are currently living with Crohn’s disease. Many with Crohn’s do not realize they qualify for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) but in fact, they do.

Living with Crohn’s disease in Canada can pose challenges for individuals, as it can significantly impact their quality of life, daily activities, and healthcare expenses. The symptoms associated with Crohn’s disease can have a profound impact on your well-being and result in additional healthcare expenses. The government recognizes the financial burden faced by individuals with Crohn’s and offers financial assistance through the DTC.

Access the Benefits You Deserve

Qualifying for the DTC can provide you with valuable financial support to help ease the financial strain associated with managing Crohn’s disease. The DTC offers tax credits and deductions that can result in a substantial disability refund of $40,000 or more. It also opens doors to other disability-related benefits, ensuring you have the necessary support to navigate the challenges of living with Crohn’s disease.

Qualify for the Disability Tax Credit for Crohn’s

At Disability Tax Service, we specialize in assisting individuals with Crohn’s in navigating the eligibility process for the Disability Tax Credit. Our experienced team understands the unique challenges you face and is dedicated to helping guide you through the application process.

Request a Free Review. Our team will conduct a free eligibility assessment for the Disability Tax Credit and related benefits tailored to your situation.

Complete the request to discover your eligibility for the Disability Tax Credit and access the financial support you deserve.