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Have you recently been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis? If so, we understand that you are probably feeling extremely overwhelmed. More than likely you are feeling a whole host of emotions, including anger, fear, sadness, etc. Disability Living is a blog
Multiple sclerosis is an inflammatory disease that can be debilitating. MS is a serious illness, and many who have multiple sclerosis require the services of a caretaker. Understandably, family members of people with MS often desire to assume the role
Did you know that Health Canada has approved a new oral medication for multiple sclerosis? It’s true. This week Disability Living is blogging about the new treatments that are available to individuals with MS, as well as discussing multiple sclerosis-related
This week Disability Living has been blogging about disfiguring birth defects. We have discussed how severe birth defects impact people on many different levels: physical, mental, emotional, social, etc. There is not a high level of awareness of birth defects
Have you read Disability Living’s blog post on Goldenhar syndrome? It explains a disfiguring birth defect that severely affects a person physically, emotionally and socially. This week Disability Living is blogging about disfiguring birth defects and their resulting symptoms. Do
Disability Living is a blog committed to hosting conversations that are beneficial to the entire disability community of Canada. Individuals with birth defects often have resulting disabilities. Such individuals comprise a significant portion of Canada’s disability community. If you or
This week Disability Living is blogging about disfiguring birth defects; a common birth defect is craniofacial microsomia. In fact, craniofacial microsomia is the second most common birth defect. If you are unfamiliar with this disfiguring disability, visit http://www.disabilityliving.ca/disability-canada-what-is-hemifacial-microsomia/ to learn
What do you do?
We specialize in all the processes involved with the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) applications...
How do I get the money? How does it come to me?
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will generally deposit the funds directly into your bank account...
Are there any restrictions on how the money can be spent?
No. The government wants Canadians living with disabilities to enjoy a similar lifestyle to those...
I don’t earn any income, do I qualify?
Of course. Our Benefit Specialists can obtain large...