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Money for People with Disabilities is Out There, Just Go For It!

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After having great success with our campaign about running an RDSP Awareness last month, a huge number of readers and a considerable percentage of participants of the survey were annoyed by not knowing there was a Registered Disability Savings Plan for them to take advantage of. Unfortunately, not everyone is eligible to open this RDSP for different reasons, one of them is being older than 49, and the other is that the physical or mental state of the applicant doesn’t fulfil the CRA criteria to get the disability tax credit, which is a requirement to open that account.

A person with an impediment uses different abilities to keep everything that matters under control in all circumstances. For instance, an individual who is differently able can use the key to open the doors of community services. Government offices and independent groups that offer health and social support, as well as financial aids, will help her/him with costs of purchasing necessary equipment, home modifications and other needs. Also, people with special needs are counting on their family members and social workers, when they need help the most.

This month is dedicated to those who will not get the grants and bonds on the RDSP as they aren’t qualified for them. However, their concerns about limitations, due to lack of monetary resources and income support, can be resolved by applying to other programs. I have created a directory of the 10 most well-known institutions that provide support for funding and social care within Canada and Ontario.

I appreciate your thoughts and feedback. That will help a lot!

PS. The survey contest is extended until June 30th… So don’t miss it.

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