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What are the Differences Between Dysgraphia and Dyslexia?

Recognizing the difference between dysgraphia and dyslexia in your child is critical to their development. Pinpointing the learning disability that affects your child can help you find the special needs programs or tools they need to be successful in school

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Is Depression a Disability in Canada?

Depression is undoubtedly a serious mental illness, but is depression a disability in Canada? Let’s look at the facts.

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Are CPP Disability Benefits and the Disability Tax Credit Mutually Exclusive?

One of the most common Disability Tax Credit-related questions we receive on a daily basis is whether a person living with a disability in Canada should apply for the Disability Tax Credit or CPP disability benefits. While both are designed

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I got a Clarification Letter from the CRA – Can I Still Get My Disability Tax Credit Refund?

After applying for the Disability Tax Credit in Canada, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) determines your Disability Tax Credit eligibility and status, leading to four potential outcomes:

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Autism Meltdowns and How to Avoid Triggers

Meltdowns can be a prevalent concern among children with autism. Even so, some adults are prone to these outbursts, too, and it is not exclusive to adults and children with autism.

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Can People with Autism Have Successful Careers?

A common concern for parents of children with autism is how the disorder will affect their adult years.

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How Does Autism Change with Age?

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects people differently. More so, the symptoms of ASD change in an individual as he or she ages. This is to say, signs of autism in adults are different from those experienced in childhood.

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How Discipline Can Help Kids with Autism

Every child dreads the “d” word – Discipline. But the word takes on positive meaning in adult years.

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Exploring the Autism Spectrum

One reason autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is misunderstood is because symptoms of autism vary from person to person. In fact, there are only a few similarities that unite those who are diagnosed with ASD. This is the reason a spectrum

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3 Tips to Avoid Meltdowns with Children with Autism

People diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families are familiar with the term “meltdown”. A meltdown results from a child completely losing control of his or her behavior.

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