Disabled Canadians find ally in National Benefit Authority

Ottawa Sun | March 27, 2016

It’s estimated that nearly 4.2 million Canadians have some sort of long-term disability, and many of them have increased financial obligations as a result. This number is expected to grow in coming years as Canada’s elderly population continues to outgrow younger demographics.

Cost of living for the disabled is notably higher than Canadians without disabilities because they often require care-workers and home nurses, special medical devices and pricey medications.

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Paul Rosen

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