What is a Certificate Respecting an Impairment ( TP-752.0.14-V)?

The TP-752.0.14-V: Certificate Respecting an Impairment form certifies that you or a dependant (for whom you’re claiming a tax credit on your return) has a severe and prolonged mental or physical impairment.

If you’re claiming an amount for a severe and prolonged impairment on your return for the first time, you and your health professional must complete a paper copy of this form and send it to Revenu Québec  before you prepare your online tax return.

Usually, if you have an approved federal T2201: Disability Tax Credit Certificate form, Revenu Québec will accept it instead of the TP-752.0.14-V form unless you’re required to provide a certificate confirming:

  • That the impairment is considered severe because of the time spent undergoing therapy that’s essential for a vital function or
  • That the person for whom you’re claiming the tax credit for caregivers is unable to live alone

Note: You’ll need to inform Revenu Québec if your health has improved since you last filed a TP-752.0.14-V form with them.

Where do I claim the credit for a severe or prolonged impairment?

Follow these steps in H&R Block's 2018 tax software:

Before you begin, make sure you tell us that you lived in Québec on December 31, 2018.

  1. Under the PREPARE tab, click the REQUIRED icon.

  2. Navigate to the Special situations page. You’ll find yourself here:


  3. Select Yes to the question Do you have a disability? (an impairment in mental or physical functions) and respond to the subsequent related questions that show up.

  4. Select Yes to the question, Has your impairment lasted, or is it expected to last, for at least 12 consecutive months?.

  5. Additional disability-related questions will appear on this page. When you arrive at the question Has Revenu Québec approved a Certificate respecting an impairment (TP-752.0.14-V form) for you?, select the response that applies to you.
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