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Poor Concentration: A Mild Form of Memory Loss?

Did you know that some individuals believe poor concentration is a mild form of memory loss?

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Brain Exercises for a Healthy Memory

Brain Exercises to Increase Memory Health Did you know that there are different exercises you can engage in to increase the health of your brain and the quality of your memory? It’s true. Since a healthy memory is such a

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What is Mild Cognitive Impairment?

What Is Mild Cognitive Impairment? Have you ever heard of mild cognitive impairment? Mild cognitive impairment is a form of memory loss that is serious, but not as severe as Alzheimer’s/dementia-induced memory loss. Still, mild cognitive impairment can seriously impede

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What Is Amnesia?

What You Need to Know About Amnesia Amnesia is a rare medical condition that most people are aware of but few actually understand. This week, The National Benefit Authority is blogging about a very important topic — memory loss. Memory

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Disability Tax Credit Tax Tip Videos – Part 1 | The NBA

We launched our first short video series to tackle some common tax-related questions people have about the Disability Tax Credit. It’s important to note that these answers are generalized to cover common questions. But specific questions regarding your individual tax

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How to Identify Tax Credit Scams in Canada

As a company that works closely with Canada’s disability community, we’re highly aware of, and sensitive to, tax credit and online scams that prey on unsuspecting, disabled Canadians. We, at The National Benefit Authority, feel it’s important that Canadian tax

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My Disability Doesn’t Qualify For The Disability Tax Credit |The NBA

Disability Tax Credit Eligibility – What does it take to get approved? “I have ­­­­­­­­____ and I’m not eligible, bogus!” “You have to be in a vegetative state to get this!” “My _____ isn’t considered a disability” There are a

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I CAN Fly with YVR

Guest Blog: Travel Resources by YVR and Canucks Autism Network

This guest post was written by Canucks Autism Network. YVR and Canucks Autism Network develop Autism Access Sticker and other resources for travelers with autism Travelling through the airport can be an overwhelming and stressful experience for anyone, but for

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Disability Tax Credit Maximum for Children | The NBA

Currently, a disabled adult can claim up to $20,000 for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC), and a disabled child (under 18 years old) can claim up to $50,000 for the DTC based on the province that they are in. Why

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Community Highlight – Canucks Autism in Vancouver

Sports and Autism: Canucks Autism Network Breaks Barriers Do you remember the feeling of exhilaration when you first learned to ride a bike? Or the confidence and camaraderie you felt when you played on your first sports team or made

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