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Young children and infants are often recommended to get certain vaccinations to prevent them from developing infectious diseases. Some schools will require children to receive vaccines, and may even ask kids who aren’t vaccinated to stay home in the event
Does diet affect ADHD? That’s the question this blog post tackles. Disability Living has been blogging this week about nutrition and how it affects individuals with disabilities, as well as older adults. What we have found is that diet has
This week Disability Living has been blogging about nutrition. Nutrition is an extremely important topic. After all, nutrition is necessary for health and even survival. Many children and adults are malnourished, not due to poverty, but to disability. Disabilities like
Have you been following the Disability Living blog this week? If so, you know that DL has been blogging about nutrition. In our last blog post (http://www.disabilityliving.ca/disability-canada-how-can-kids-autism-get-nutrition-they-need/) we offered some helpful tips to ensure kids with autism get the nutrition
Does your child have Down Syndrome? If so, Disability Living understands that your child have may have trouble eating a sufficient amount of healthy food. Despite how much parents know about healthy eating, sometimes it can be very difficult for
This week Disability Living is blogging about the importance of healthy eating for older adults. Both women and men over age 50 have specific dietary needs. If those nutritional needs are met, certain diseases might be prevented from developing. A
Healthy eating is crucially important to a child’s development. This is true for children with and without autism. The trouble is, kids with autism sometimes have sensory issues that can interfere with eating healthy food. Parents know how hard it
This week Disability Living is blogging about the importance of healthy eating for older adults. Healthy eating for people over age 50 is important because as we age, our risk for developing illnesses and diseases often increases. Individuals can lessen
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...