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Welcome Professionals. This is your space to share information with people effected by ASD.

Professionals include (but are not limited to): Doctors, Social Workers, Teachers and Support Staff.

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Strategy for recipients of the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) to purchase a home.


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For Canadians with disability, the anti-avoidance rule will also extended to the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP).


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Disability Tax Credit 2017 Update

By Samuel Li

Budget 2017 proposes to add nurse practitioners to the list of medical practitioners that could certify eligibility for the disability tax credit. A nurse practitioner would be permitted to certify for all types of impairments that are within the scope of their practice.


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A list of tax savings and benefits ideas for Canadians with disabilities.


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Illustration that shows how a family with special needs could enhance their savings through the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) starting 2017.


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A post that explains why some families are receiving less Canada Disability Savings Grants (CDSGs) than they used to in their RDSP account.


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2017 Updates on the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP)


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Top 6 RDSP Christmas Wish List

By Samuel Li

Improvements that many Canadians with disability would like to see in their Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP).


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This is a list of disability-related benefits available to residents of Ontario. Some are providing income, employment supports, while some cover the costs of assistive devices.


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An article that explores the benefits and how to apply for the Disability Tax Credit. This is especially useful to Canadians with prolonged disabilities.



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