89 yr old lady..ontario resident--living in retirement home--NOT eligible for disability credit--pays $25 000 rent and $25 000 for services...can she claim services on line 130 under "attendant care"


The "attendant care" is claim on line 215 .

This is what the NOTE says on the T929 form.

You can claim amounts you paid for any of the following disability supports services or devices that you used because of your impairment:

Attendant care services provided in Canada and used by a person with an impairment in physical or mental functions. Amounts paid for attendant care services provided by the person's spouse or common-law partner, or to someone under 18 years of age, cannot be claimed. Full-time attendant care services may be claimed if the person with the impairment is eligible for the disability tax credit (an approved Form T2201, Disability Tax Credit Certificate, is required) or a medical practitioner certifies in writing that these services are necessary and that the impairment is likely to be indefinite. Part-time attendant care services may only be claimed if the person with the
impairment is eligible for the disability tax credit (an approved Form T2201 is required).

If you client does not qualify for the disability credit then it appears that she qualifies for this either
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