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Filling out paperwork for government funding can be very difficult. The OSD can help guide you through this process. There are downloadable files available to walk you through your funding application. Workshops are also available on Quebec and Ontario government funding procedures in September, so please sign in and secure your place!

AFE Application Guidelines

Directives Pour la Demande a l'aide Financiere aux Etudes.pdf

Ontario OSAP-BSWD 2014-2015.pdf

Sample Allowance Contract 2014.pdf

Sample Allowance Receipt 2014.pdf

Sample Recommendation on Types of Assistance Required 2013-2014.pdf

Program Codes.pdf

Disability Tax Credit

The disability tax credit (DTC) is a non-refundable tax credit used to reduce income tax payable on the income tax and benefit return. A person with a severe and prolonged impairment in physical or mental functions may claim the disability amount once they are eligible for the DTC.

The purpose of the DTC is to provide for greater tax equity by allowing some relief for disability costs, since these are unavoidable additional expenses that other taxpayers don’t have to face. Being eligible for the DTC can open the door to other federal, provincial, or territorial programs such as the registered disability savings plan, the working income tax benefit, and the child disability benefit.

If you are a qualified practitioner and you need more information, see Information for Qualified Practitioners.

Find out more by seeing the Canadian Revenue Agency website.

Have More Questions?

If you have more questions or need further help with applying for Government funding and AFE, myACCESS is here to help. You can contact make an appointment by contacting the OSD to go over the process.

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