Examples of impairments

The following examples illustrate the meaning of markedly restricted and inordinate amount of time for the disability tax credit (DTC). The examples provided (in text and video formats) show the basic differences between impairments that qualify for the DTC and those that do not.

Note

To be eligible for the DTC, your patient's impairment must be prolonged. See Who is eligible for the disability tax credit? for all of the requirements that must be met to be eligible for the DTC.

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