new-inner-2At First Support, we understand the frustration involved with completing government tax forms, which is why we are here to make the Disability Tax Credit process simple and convenient for you. Through years of experience, we have discovered how complex the process can be for some individuals, and how the necessary guidance is non-existent. Our team of professionals brings experience and excellence in dealing with Disability Tax Credit applications and helping Canadians getting the disability benefits they deserve. Completing many successful claims with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) gives us the edge to get you the benefits to which you are entitled.

At First Support Professionals, we have the expertise to ensure you are given the best opportunity for a successful application. Your confidentiality is also very important to us, and we implement various safety measures to ensure your information remains secure.

Your needs come first! We have implemented a worry-free process where we don’t get paid until you do and we are not satisfied until you are. Keeping our clients informed and educated is a part of our mandate at First Support Professionals.

Did you know that many Canadians who may qualify for the Disability Tax Credit are unaware that the program even exists? They often feel that their disability is not severe enough to qualify. So if you are wondering whether you or a family member qualifies, give us a call today and learn your options.

How do I benefit as a family member?

We understand your needs as well. As a taxpayer who has supported a disabled family member, you are entitled to the benefits involving the Disability Tax Credit. As per CRA, if your disabled family member is entitled to the Disability Tax Credit, the money can be transferred to you, because you have supported him or her on a regular basis towards the basic necessities of life such food, shelter, and clothing. We can help you claim all or part of the disability amount on behalf of your disabled family member, if you are related either by blood or marriage. Ideally you would have also paid income tax.

Disability Tax Credit

The Disability Tax Credit is mainly for individuals with restrictions who have earned an income within the past 10 years. This program allows an individual and/or a family member to claim a refund of up to $15,000, or up to $40,000 if you care for a child with a disability. The qualifying rules are that your disability affects your daily living activities. See below for restrictions that qualify.

walkiconWalking: You are considered restricted in Walking if compared to an average person your age, you take three times the amount of time to walk most of the time.

image-85x85_7Mobility: You are considered restricted if you have difficulties dressing yourself, preparing your meals, or feeding yourself.

image-85x85_2Bowel/Bladder: You are considered restricted if you suffer from any eliminating conditions.

image-85x85_6Vision: You are considered restricted if you are considered legally blind.


Hearing/Speech: You are considered restricted if your ability to hear or speak has been drastically reduced.

image-85x85_3Cognitive Abilities: You are restricted if you have been diagnosed with a mental impairment that restricts your ability to perform daily living activities.


Therapy That Sustains A Vital Function: You are considered restricted if you are undergoing any drastic therapy like insulin, chemotherapy, kidney dialysis, etc.


• We help people with disability qualify for Disability Tax Credit.
• We provide comprehensive management of documentations from beginning to end according to CRA’s standards.
• We educate and provide unmatched consultation throughout the process.
• We ensure you receive the greatest amount for your disability.
• We provide consultation to get you and your family member the maximum refund.
• We deal with CRA on your behalf.

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