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 www.pooranlaw.com, 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 [www.pooranlaw.com], 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.

Information sessions are available in English only. For more information about the RDSP (in English or French), please visit www. rdsp.com ou www.rdsp.com/pdf/French_RDSP.pdf 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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