Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) information sessions:

Securing the financial future for people with disabilities

Welcome to RDSP Ontario – an RDSP outreach project supported by the Government of Canada and delivered in partnership with Community Living Ontario, Autism Ontario, PLAN, the PLAN Institute and Pooranlaw.

Get the most up-to-date information about how the RDSP can work for you and your family.

RDSP – The first plan of its kind in the world!

The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a tool to help you plan for the financial well-being of your relative with a disability. Already thousands of families and individuals across the country are setting up the plan, and an estimated 500,000 Canadians will benefit form this plan over time.

A RDSP planning workshop will be your guide to understanding and taking advantage of the plan, so that you can help yourself or your relative with a disability capitalize on the numerous advantages of the RDSP, including the significant federal contributions.

With an RDSP...

    • You may be eligible for up to $90,000 in federal contributions
    • Anyone can contribute to the financial security of a person with a disability
Three ways to learn more about the RDSP:
    1. Attend an in-person seminar or one-on-one consultations
    In-person seminars and one-on-one consultations are conducted by Brendon D. Pooran, a Toronto-based lawyer who provides advice on wills and estates planning, government benefits and disability law.

    3. RDSP Ontario Webinar Series
        • Can’t attend in person? Learn about the RDSP at one of our online webinars
        • Click here for our Webinar Series schedule and to register online!
In-person seminars and one-on-one consultations will be conducted by Brendon D. Pooran [], a Toronto-based lawyer that provides advice on wills and estates planning, government benefits and disability law.

Webinars will be presented by Jeff Dobbin of PLAN Toronto and Partners for Planning - a future planning resource for people with a disability, their family and caregivers. Please visit the Partners for Planning website for many other resources and tools for planning for the future.

Information sessions are available in English only. For more information about the RDSP (in English or French), please visit www. ou and the Government of Canada’s website.

Funding for these information sessions is provided by the Government of Canada. / Ces séances d'information sont financées par le gouvernement du Canada.

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