The Voice of the Cerebral Palsied of Greater Vancouver

The Voice of the Cerebral Palsied of Greater Vancouver (VCP) is a self-help support society formed in the firm belief that Cerebral Palsied (CP) adults are the only experts on their own needs and aspirations. VCPs mission is to advocate with, or on behalf of, adults with Cerebral Palsy to help them reach their fullest potential within society.

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This guide provides information about setting up a trust for someone on disability benefits. It outlines issues to consider including allowable assets, what the trust can pay for, and disability tax credits.
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Explains what is CSIL and who is eligible, how to apply for CSIL Phase I and Phase II, and how to manage CSIL, including payroll, hiring, and managing. Also includes a summary of relevant legislation.
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The guide is written primarily for people who require government subsidized personal care support. It covers how to access care, how to appeal decisions, the types of care options available, how to apply for the CSIL ...
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