Free webinar: The Disability Tax Credit & Using our New DTC app

You are invited to a free Zoom webinar!
Date: Friday, September 18th
Time: 2 pm – 3 pm

This webinar will provide information on the Disability Tax Credit (DTC), which is a prerequisite for opening a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). We’ll also talk about how to use our new online app, which can help you apply for the DTC. App link:

Zoom information:

Passcode: 788646
Or iPhone one-tap :
US: +16465588656,,88506498536#,,,,,,0#,,788646# or +16699009128,,88506498536#,,,,,,0#,,788646#
Or Telephone:
Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
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Webinar ID: 885 0649 8536
Passcode: 788646
International numbers available:

You're invited to join us for DABC and ECUAD in Conversation: through inclusive design (Round Table 2)

Are you staff/volunteers or clients of DABC?

Then, we would love to hear your experiences with and ideas about inclusive design. You will work with Emily Carr University of Arts and Design (ECUAD) students for our exciting project “DABC history wall”.

More information is available in our flyer: download HERE.

Register HERE

Interested in learning more about our first Round Table with ECUAD? Check out this article in the Summer 2020 edition of our quarterly magazine, Transition

Webinar: IEPs and the IPRC: Preparing yourself and your child for the 2020-2021 school year

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Text reads: IEPs and the IPRC: Preparing yourself and your child for the 2020-2021 school year. Register now. September 15, 2020. 3PM-4PM ET.

Join Dyslexia Canada Sept 15 as lawyers from Disability Alliance BC and ARCH Disability Law Centre share information about reviewing, revising & ensuring implementation of Individual Education Plans and IPRC meetings.

The webinar will focus on the education systems in Ontario and BC, but will include advocacy tips that should be useful throughout Canada.

Register here: