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Autism Canada
Autism Canada
INCLUSIVE LANGUAGE MATTERS

Developed in collaboration with members of the autism community, our Words Matter resource is a guide to inclusive language and is revised regularly to reflect the needs of the neurodivergent community.

Click here for a free download: http://ow.ly/7RTs50HBxgP
Autism Canada
Autism Canada
UNDERSTANDING THE DISABILITY TAX CREDIT

Join Reach and the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) for an information session on the Disability Tax Credit!

The objective of this information session is to teach persons with disabilities and their caregivers about the Disability Tax Credit (DTC). This will include who is eligible, how to apply, what form to use, how to complete the form, how to claim the disability amount and related credits, and what is a non-refundable tax credit.

Tuesday, February 8, 2022, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Click here to register: http://ow.ly/z4GH50HBHn1

Registration for this event is free, but please consider making a contribution to Reach to support access to justice for people with disabilities. A charitable receipt will be provided for all contributions of $20 or greater. Visit http://ow.ly/hFrI50HBHn2 to donate. Reach Legal Education sessions are made possible with the generous support of the Ottawa Community Foundation.

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Screening Tools

Screening tools are designed to help identify children who might have developmental delays. Screening tools do not provide conclusive evidence of developmental delays and do not result in diagnoses. A positive screening result should be followed up with your child’s health care provider immediately if you think something is wrong.