You could qualify for the Disability Tax Credit if you or a family member has a bladder disorder that has lasted for over a year and affected your own or a family member’s ability to carry out the normal activities of daily living. The easiest way to ascertain eligibility would be to talk to an expert at Disability Credit Consultants: 1-855-752-0288.
Although millions of Canadians suffer from bladder problems, few people realize just how prevalent they are. The term “bladder problem” covers a range of disorders, some of which cause pain, urinary incontinence or other complications that can have a dramatic effect on quality of life, and importantly, the ability to carry out the activities of daily living.
Some common bladder disorders include bladder infections, kidney infections, kidney stones and interstitial cystitis, sometimes called painful bladder syndrome.
Symptoms of bladder disorders include: frequent urination, difficulty or pain with urination and or mild to severe bladder pain. Causes of bladder disorders run the gamut from infections to accidents, genetic conditions and stress.
There is no question that a serious bladder disorder will affect an individual’s ability to carry out the normal activities of daily living. Treatment often includes bed rest, anti-inflammatory medicines, antibiotics and a diet that abstains from caffeine and other known bladder irritants. In serious cases, surgery is also used to alleviate symptoms, and in the case of kidney stones, ultrasound is used to break up the stones.
At Disability Credit Consultants we specialize in obtaining disability benefits for individuals and families supporting members with disabilities such as bladder disorders. If you are living with a bladder disorder or are supporting a family member with a bladder disorder, you may qualify for the Disability Tax Credit. There are several steps involved in claiming the credit, and certain conditions need to be met.
Call Disability Credit Consultants at 1-855-752-0288 to find out more.