The Disability Tax Credit may be available to a person or family member supporting someone diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome. The easiest way to ascertain eligibility would be to talk to an expert at Disability Credit Consultants.
Asperger’s Syndrome is a physiological disorder, similar to autism. Both syndromes are commonly known as Pervasive Development Disorders or Autistic Spectrum Disorders.
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People suffering from Asperger’s also face difficulty in understanding nonverbal expressions such as facial movements, signs and body language. These people are incapable of maintaining direct eye contact with other people. They are also incapable of judging their personal space. Affected individuals may also suffer from sensory integration problems, meaning they will not eat specific food items or wear certain fabrics. They are also unable to cope with transition or change.
Asperger’s Syndrome is a medical condition that remains throughout a diagnosed individual’s life. Still, there are many cases when this disorder tends to stabilize and affected individuals show signs of improvement. Unlike children, adults with this condition can avoid situations where the condition will be exacerbated.
Treatment of Asperger’s Syndrome is based on the symptoms of the affected individual. Usually a combination of psychotherapeutic methods and drugs are used.
If you or a family member has Asperger’s Syndrome, you have likely had to deal with disability issues. If so, you may qualify for the Disability Tax Credit. Part of the process to claim the credit is to obtain a Disability Tax Credit certificate from your own doctor. If the disability has lasted more than a year, and you meet some other conditions, you will likely qualify.
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