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Direct Funding means freedom for many people with disabilities. Is it accessible enough?

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  • Marie says:

    I need help urgently because my son is, has severe copd , severe asthma, heart problems and chrons and colitis. I’m a senior who has spent her savings keeping him alive and a roof over his head and food. I’m in a lot of debt and I have no savings for my senior years and I’m a 70 year old widow. Please let me know if I can get a grant or some monetary help. My son is 50 yrs. of age.

  • Sal says:

    There is a Bookkeeping and Accounting firm called DirectFunded.com that specializes in supporting families on this program.

  • Ms Sande says:

    I think my team is prejudiced and am considering not continuing due to how they make me feel and things they say.

  • Pharmacycenter says:

    To prepare for Direct Funding, I read through all the manuals available. Any questions I may have had after reading were answered by people at my Independent Living Resource Centre, who were very helpful.

  • Melody Sylvestre says:

    The DF waiting list does not appear to take into account people living with time limited termiñal disabilities such as AĹS.

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Dafna Izenberg

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Dafna is the Managing editor of special projects at Maclean’s Magazine.

Francine Buchanan

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Francine Buchanan is a mom and primary caregiver to an amazing little boy who is thriving with complex medical needs. When she isn’t watching or playing baseball with her family, she is a Ph.D. student at the University of Toronto studying physician/patient communication.

Claude Lurette

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