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Your Finances and Arthritis

Your Finances and Arthritis

Living with a chronic condition like arthritis can have an impact on your finances. Some treatment costs or assistive devices may not be included in your health coverage, or arthritis might make it difficult to work full-time. The resources in this guide will help you learn about different benefits, programs, and sources of funding that could help you save money.

Financial Wellness Guide

Learn about tax credits and benefits, funding programs for persons with disabilities, employment services and funding for assistive devices or medical equipment. Learn about tax credits and benefits, funding programs for persons with disabilities, employment services and funding for assistive devices or medical equipment.

Access to Medication

This resource will help you understand private and public drug coverage options in your province/territory as well as special programs to assist with the cost of medications. This resource will help you understand private and public drug coverage options in your province/territory as well as special programs to assist with the cost of medications.

Are you eligible for tax savings?

Find out if you are eligible for tax credits or other measures including credits for medical expenses, persons with disabilities, caregivers or home buyers. Find out if you are eligible for tax credits or other measures including credits for medical expenses, persons with disabilities, caregivers or home buyers.

Buying Benefits for Arthritis

Learn more about the different sources of medical coverage in Canada, including public and private insurance plans, as well as special coverage programs. Learn more about the different sources of medical coverage in Canada, including public and private insurance plans, as well as special coverage programs.

Understanding Your Coverage Options

Learn more about the different sources of medical coverage in Canada, including public and private insurance plans, as well as special coverage programs. Learn more about the different sources of medical coverage in Canada, including public and private insurance plans, as well as special coverage programs.

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