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Once upon a time it might have “looked cool” to smoke cigarettes, but with age comes wisdom. Smoking cigarettes affects a person’s physical appearance and overall health (not to mention his or her bank account, too). After years of smoking,
Alzheimer’s is one of the most difficult diseases, both to have and to watch loved ones deal with. About 25 million people worldwide are currently suffering from this disease. In fact, most Canadians are either directly or indirectly affected by
It has been said that Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia affect about 400,000 Canadians. Even scarier is the research that suggest this number will nearly double by year 2031. Clearly, memory loss is a major issue facing Canada’s
On the heels of the movements for civil rights and women’s rights was the disability rights movement. In the 1960s, movements across North American encouraged equal opportunities for all people — including those with disabilities. Up till this point, the
Can you imagine what life was like before medicine, adaptive technology and assistive programs? What about life without laws to protect and serve those who are disabled? It wasn’t until late in the 20th century when government and society began
Can individuals with disabilities make and keep New Year’s resolutions? Absolutely! While people with restrictions and limitations may have increased struggles in fulfilling certain New Year’s resolutions, success can still be had. In fact, people with disabilities may be
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...