Access RDSP is a partnership between BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society (BCANDS), Disability Alliance BC (DABC), and Plan Institute, designed to help people become informed, become eligible, and open an RDSP. As of 2017, it is estimated that only about 38% of eligible Canadians have opened one and are accessing this free money. Our goal is to reduce barriers, spread awareness, and help people access these funds. All of our services of FREE.
Help with the RDSP
For information regarding the RDSP or disability planning, call Plan Institute’s information helpline at 1-844-311-7526. Interested in how you can receive a $150 gift to start growing your RDSP? Click here, email email@example.com, or call the Plan Institute office at 604-439-9566.
Help Opening an RDSP
Plan Institute partners with BMO to help individuals open an RDSP.
Disability Tax Credit
Have questions or need assistance with the DTC? DABC is able to assist individuals through one on one support. Call their Advocacy Access line at 604-872-1278 or 1-800-663-1278, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to go to the DABC website with more information on these services.
Healthcare Practitioner Guides to the DTC Form
One of our goals at Access RDSP is to provide physicians and other health care medical practitioners with the resources needed to simplify the process of filling out the DTC application form to qualify their patients or clients for the DTC.
RDSP Information Sessions
Learn all you need to know about becoming eligible, opening and maximizing the benefits from an RDSP. We offer ongoing free workshops throughout the year in-person and via tele-seminar.
If you’re a BC resident and are eligible for the RDSP, you can receive a $150 gift towards your RDSP account!
If you're a BC resident you could receive a $150 gift towards your RDSP!
If you would like to share any of this information, you can view our Media Kit here.
Access RDSP is a province wide partnership between Plan Institute, Disability Alliance BC (DABC), and BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society (BCANDS) to encourage financial security via uptake of the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) offers people living with a disability not only an opportunity to save for future costs but also to take advantage of up to $90,000 the federal government may provide on their behalf. It is estimated that only about 33% of British Columbians who are eligible for an RDSP have opened one. In response, the Access RDSP program provides a “one-stop-shop” for all things RDSP to encourage long-term saving.
These initiatives are made possible with generous support from the