WHERE CAN I FIND LEGAL AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION?

To get answers to your legal and financial questions, please consult the Manual for People Living with ALS (pages 89 to 98 in PDF format). You can consult the manual online or contact us to receive a copy.

 

RESOURCES AVAILABLE

Institut de planification des soins (French only)

Office des personnes handicapées du Québec – mesures fiscales (French only)

Services Québec – Coping with a Loss of Independance (French only)

Régie des rentes du Québec

Le Curateur public du Québec

La Chambre des notaires du Québec/Ligne info-juridique (French only)

Éducaloi

Le Protecteur du citoyen

Guide des programmes destinés aux personnes handicapées, à leur famille et à leurs proches (French only)

Répertoire des Centres de Santé et de Services sociaux (CLSC)

Ministère de la Sante et des services sociaux

Services Canada—General information

Services Québec—Contact Us

Services Québec—Programme d’adaptation de véhicule (French only)

Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec—Disabled Parking Permit

To be entitled to a disabled parking permit, a person must have a disability resulting in a loss of independence or risk to health and safety with respect to travelling short distances that do not require the use of a vehicle. For example, to get from a parking space to the entrance of a shopping centre.

You are required to submit, if applicable, an assessment showing a disability lasting at least 6 months.

Société d’habitation du Québec

The Residential Adaptation Assistance Program ensures that people with a disability are able to enter and exit their home, perform their daily routines, and therefore continue to reside in their own home.

The program applies to people with a permanent disability. This program provides financial support for the following adaptation work.