Reaching First Nation and Aboriginal Communities

By Victor Lethbridge After several years of presenting information about the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) to First Nations and Aboriginal communities, I’ve recognized a few common issues. Despite being around for nearly ten years, almost no one from...

How Ottawa can help families with disabilities – thestar.com

The Registered Disability Savings Plan is an excellent program and needed as much today as when it was created. Ottawa just needs to give it wings to make it fly. By: Kathleen O’Grady Published on Wed Dec 30 2015...

RDSP Family Member Allowance Extended to 2018

Registered Disability Savings Plan – Legal Representation Canada’s Budget 2012 introduced a temporary measure to allow a qualifying family member (i.e., a beneficiary’s parent, spouse or common-law partner) to become the plan holder of a Registered Disability Savings Plan...

A Thank You to Minister Flaherty

Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network (PLAN) expresses our sincere and deep appreciation to Jim Flaherty for his enduring efforts as Finance Minister to launch and advance the world’s only Registered Disability Savings Plan. Over 12 years ago, PLAN secured funding...

When Should We Start a Registered Disability Savings Plan for our Child?

I’ve had numerous families of younger children ask me, "Should we start our child’s RDSP now or should we wait until he’s 18?" My answer, until now, has been, “It depends. Every family’s situation is different. You should sit...