SAC Position Statement on the
Disability Tax Credit (DTC) (May 2010)
SAC supports a need for the Ministry of Finance to revise the definitions, terminology and requirements currently used for the Disability Tax Credit Certificate (form T2201 E) to be more equitable, non-discriminatory and realistic of typical daily life. SAC also supports that revisions be in line with the decision of the court and the legal precedent set in Barber vs. the Queen.
SAC will continue to collaborate with its partners and stakeholders on this issue and assist in any revision and consultation put forward to the Ministry. SAC will also continue to engage its membership in these developments and inform them of the DTC issues and related implications for consumers.
DTC Certificate: Tips for Audiologists
The wording related to eligibility criteria for the DTC Certificate is quite vague and has caused confusion for both audiologists and consumers. In October 2012, SAC and the Canadian Academy of Audiology partnered to develop a document, which contains helpful tips, points to consider and reference materials to help audiologists as they complete the form. Download the Tips for Audiologists document (members and associates only).
DTC Certificate: Tips for Speech-Language Pathologists
The wording related to eligibility criteria for the DTC Certificate is quite vague and has caused confusion for both S-LPs and consumers. In 2015, SAC developed a document containing helpful tips, points to consider and reference materials to help S-LPs as they complete the form. Download the Tips for S-LPs document (members only).
Canada Revenue Agency
Do you have questions about completing Form T2201 the Disability Tax Credit Certificate for your patients?
If so, please call: 1-866-741-0127 to discuss your questions with a Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) representative.
CRA Links Related to the DTC:
- Information concerning Disabilities Tax Credit
- T2201 Disability Tax Credit Certificate
- Information for Medical Practitioners concerning Disabilities Tax Credit