Canadian Disabilities Blog

News, Guides & Information About Disabilities in Canada, Disability Tax Credit & CPP Disability Benefits

14 Assistive Technologies for Individuals with Learning Disability

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August 10, 2017 by dccinc

 Our mission is to help disabled Canadians qualify for Disability Tax Credit,  CPP Disability Benefits, and Long term Disability benefits In this endeavor, we have worked with thousands of Disabled Canadians and we recognize the difficulties they face in their everyday life. Are you or your close ones facing a difficult time learning due […]

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Part 2 : Strategies for Kids and Teens with Disabilities to Confront Bullying

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April 4, 2017 by dccinc

In the first part of this series the focus was on an exploration of bullying and how it impacts the lives of kids and teens with disabilities. Here we focus on practical strategies for coping and confronting the bullies. First, no one need be silent about bullying; this only empowers them to keep on hurting […]

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Part 1 : Bullying of Kids and Teens with Disabilities

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March 30, 2017 by dccinc

Our mission is to help disabled Canadians qualify for Disability Tax Credit, Long Term Disability Benefits & CPP Disability Benefits and then maximize their tax refunds & benefits. In this endeavor, we have worked with thousands of Disabled Canadians and we recognize the difficulties they face in their everyday life. An issue of epidemic proportions […]

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Children’s Development: Delayed Not Damaged

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January 10, 2017 by dccinc

From babbles to the slap of sandals on pavement, the first three years of a child’s life passes like a colorful, unstoppable whirlwind. And like any good whirlwind, it brings about rapid changes with great distinction and significance. In fact, how a child develops in those first three years stays with them for the rest […]

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The hardships and commitment of caring for a child with intellectual disability

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August 31, 2016 by dccinc

Many people are unaware of intellectual disabilities and how hard and challenging it can be not only for the disabled but also for the ones caring for them. Intellectual disability limits intellectual functioning as well as adaptive behavior. This includes many day to day activities which the disabled are not able to perform and require […]

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Need of Disability Tax Credit for Families with Special Children

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October 15, 2015 by dccinc

A new article on todaysparent.com sheds a long overdue light on the real cost of raising a special needs child in Canada. It starts right off by putting its finger on the pulse of the problem: …our publicly funded healthcare system protects most parents from being bankrupted by medical bills—when a baby is born prematurely […]

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Living With Dyslexia: How It Can Impact Your Life

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May 30, 2015 by dccinc

“Dyslexia” is a general term that refers to any disability that limits your ability to read or comprehend language while not affecting intelligence. Dyslexia is the most common learning disorder, affecting upwards of 15% of people in North America. Part of what makes the issue of dyslexia so pressing, however, is how hard it is […]

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