Extended Health Benefits
Some insurance companies provide a yearly allowance to cover speech-language pathology services. Please check with your health benefits provider for specific details on your plan.
This program can provide financial assistance for services related to a child's specific needs. Adoptive parents can apply for financial support only with the assistance of their Adoption Social Worker.
The SelfDesign Learning Community is among the largest distance/distributed learning schools and personalized learning programs in BC. It is funded by the BC Ministry of Education, and it provides services for all learners needing additional support to maximize their learning opportunities.
Variety is a charity that grants applications for the equipment and services of greatest need to our families (with an annual household income of up to $85,000). This includes specialized therapies that include speech and language therapy.
The AHP assists parents with some of the extraordinary costs of caring for a child with severe disabilities at home through various health supports and services. It is available to children aged five or older who are enrolled in AHP Medical Benefits.
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Child disability tax credit. Please check with your tax professionals as there may be other applicable tax credits (e.g. summer groups or art camps). Also, check the Child Disability Benefit (CDB) and see if your child is eligible.
Therapies, including speech-language pathology, are funded up to a maximum of $2,500.00. Requests are accepted for three consecutive years, with an updated application required each year (transportation/assessments not included).
Jordan’s Principle makes sure all First Nations children living in Canada can access the products, services and supports they need when they need them. Funding can help with a wide range of health, social and educational needs.