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This tool includes federal, Ontario, and some City of Toronto benefits. Benefits for other provinces and municipalities are not currently listed.

The Allowance for the Survivor is a non-taxable monthly benefit for people aged 60 to 64 who have low income, who are living in Canada, and whose spouse or common-law partner has died.

The amount you receive depends on your previous year's income. For the January to March 2020 quarter, the maximum monthly payment amount is $1,388.92.

The Assistance for Children with Severe Disabilities (ACSD) program gives financial help to low and moderate-income families to cover some of the costs when caring for a child who has a severe disability.

Parents can get between $25 and $500 a month to help with costs, such as:

First Nations, provinces, and Yukon provide assisted living services to eligible recipients.

The Assisted Living Program gives money to identified service providers to help provide non-medical, social support services to seniors, adults with chronic illness, and children and adults with disabilities (mental and physical) on reserve so that they can maintain their independence.

The Assistive Devices Program (ADP) helps people with long-term physical disabilities pay for certain equipment and supplies, like wheelchairs and hearing aids.

The Canada Child Benefit (CCB) is a tax-free monthly payment made to eligible families to help with the costs of raising children under 18 years old.

The Canada Disability Savings Bond is money the Government deposits into the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) of low- and modest-income Canadians.

The RDSP is a long-term savings plan that helps Canadians with disabilities and their families save for the future.

In 2018, if your family income is:

The Canada Disability Savings Grant is a matching grant that pays into the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). The RDSP is a long-term savings plan that helps Canadians with disabilities and their families save for the future.

The Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG) is money that the Government of Canada adds to a child's Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) to help pay for either full-time or part-time studies after high school at any

The Canada Learning Bond (CLB) is money that the Government of Canada adds to a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) for children whose families have low income.

The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) death benefit is a one-time payment to the estate on behalf of a CPP contributor who has died.

As of January 1, 2019, the amount of the death benefit for all eligible contributors is a flat rate of $2,500.