Living with Kabuki Syndrome has limited my ability to find employment, pursue higher-level education, and it leaves me dependent on my family to help me with my day-to-day living. I appreciate the PWD benefits I receive every month, as I depend on these funds to get by on a daily basis. However, the funds I get do not cover my monthly expenses and the preventative therapies I need to manage my health.
Friday, December 3 is International Day of Persons with Disability.
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Press Release: High-profile politicians, community leaders, academics, artists, athletes send joint message to Prime Minister Trudeau to fast track the Canada Disability Benefit
We call on the newly elected Canadian government to fast-track the design and implementation of the Canada Disability Benefit.
If I told you that being disabled was expensive, I’m guessing you wouldn’t be surprised. According to a recent Angus Reid poll, most Canadians are aware that being disabled means higher costs of living,
A pandemic, a minority government and our 44th election–nothing we asked for, but have to do right by. An election in the midst of the fourth wave of this pandemic is not what many Canadians wanted, but this is politics.