Agencies, Organizations, Funding & Suppliers


  • March of Dimes Canada
    • Ongoing or recurring disability that is anticipated to last more than one year
    • Disability results in restrictions in activities of daily living
    • Gross Annual Income(s) over $35,000 may be required to make contribution (User & Spouse, not household)
    • Max Funding Up to $15,000
  • Easter Seals Canada
    • Children and youth with physical disability
    • Equipment authorized by health professional
    • Max Funding Up to $3,000
  • Ceridian Care
    • Recipient must be 18+ and live in the home
    • Qualification based on family income
    • Up to $5,000/Year
  • York Region Home Repair Program
    • Critical repairs or accessibility modifications
    • Total household annual income for you everyone living in the home aged 18 or older is $81,800 or less
    • Up to $7,500 per year, lifetime max $15,000
  • Family Caregiver Tax Credit
    • Spouse/common-law partner, common-law partner’s child or grandchild, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, niece, or nephew
    • Up to $7,276/Year
  • Medical Expenses Tax Credit
    • Eligible medical expenses for yourself, your spouse or common-law partner and your dependent children
    • Up to $20,000/Year
  • Home Accessibility Expenses Tax Credit
    • Medical practitioner must fill out and certify that you have a severe and prolonged impairment and must describe its effects or 65 years +
    • Up to $10,000/Year
  • Seniors’ Home Safety Tax Credit
    • 65 years +
    • Senior relatives living with you.
    • Up to $2,500/Year
  • Toronto Renovates Homeowners Program
  • Canadian Benefits Finder

Government Agencies