Category Archives: Government supports

Free RDSP information sessions

The Registered Disability Savings Plan is sponsored by the Government of Canada. It provides up to $3,500 a year in matching grants and up to $1,000 in bonds. It’s confusing. Find out more at one of these free RDSP information … Continue reading

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ODSP, DSO, DSTO—who does what?

The social service world is full of confusing acronyms. ODSP, DSO and DSTO are all funded by the Ontario government and all provide services to adults with disabilities. However, they are separate organizations with separate application procedures. ODSP–Ontario Disability Support … Continue reading

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Don’t Count on DSO

That was the main message at a Developmental Services Ontario information meeting hosted by Lights. With an 18 month waiting list for assessment, five “service navigators” for all Toronto and waits of 20 or 30 years for some government-funded services, … Continue reading

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