Disability Tax Credit for Parkinson’s Disease in Canada


Did you know that almost 100,000 people in Canada have Parkinson’s?  That’s 1 in every 300 Canadians.

Parkinson’s disease causes a variety of symptoms, both physically and mentally, which often impact an individual’s ability to perform the activities of daily living, such as walking, getting dressed, preparing food and more.  Other symptoms may be less obvious, such as anxiety and depression.

Having Parkinson’s also results in incidental but necessary expenses, some of which aren’t covered, such as some medications, adaptive devices, and more.  The Canadian government acknowledges extra expenses are incurred by individuals who have Parkinson’s and as a result provides financial assistance in the form of the Disability Tax Credit.

Getting approved for the Disability Tax Credit could entitle you to a significant disability refund. Most of our clients receive anywhere from $1,600 to $30,000.

Disability Tax Service will assess your eligibility for the Disability Tax Credit and other benefits free of charge and inform you of the amount your disability refund.

To begin the process, fill out our free assessment form, or give us a call at 1-866-733-7370.

We’ve successfully helped many Canadians with Parkinson’s get approved since 2009.

Read more about the Benefits of Being Approved.