Canada Pension Plan – Disability (CPP-D) Help Sheets
The CPP-D Help Sheets on this page include an application guide, and a guide to filing a reconsideration in case your initial application gets denied.
The following help sheets, prepared and regularly updated by the Disability Alliance of BC, are guides to assist people in understanding and applying for the Canadian Pension Plan – Disability benefits.
Click on any of the help sheets below to see that resource:
A guide to help you understand how to apply for the Canada Pension Plan disability benefit (CPP-D).
If your application for CPP-D benefits has been denied, you have the right to appeal. This guide will help you with the first stage of the CPP-D appeal process: the reconsideration request.
CPP-D Appeal Guide Reconsideration Request
Note: If you have had your reconsideration request denied, please see Appeal Guide: Part Two – The Review Tribunal.
The following guide is designed to help people who are representing themselves with Canada Pension Plan Disability (CPP-D) appeals to the Social Security Tribunal (the “Tribunal”).
Representatives may also find the Guide helpful if they have clients with appeals before the Tribunal.
CPP-D Application Form
You can apply on-line here: https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/publicpensions/cpp/cpp-disability-benefit/apply.html
Or download the application form here: https://catalogue.servicecanada.gc.ca/content/EForms/en/CallForm.html?Lang=en&PDF=ISP-1151.pdf
If you would like any of these mailed to you, free of charge, email firstname.lastname@example.org.