Bill C-19 is an act of legislation that includes changes to the Canadian disability tax credit. Passed by the Parliament of Canada in June 2022, Bill C-19 stipulates that people who have type 1 diabetes automatically qualify for the disability tax credit.
If you have diabetes, you might be eligible for a break on your tax return. There are a number of credits that people with diabetes can apply for, to help offset the day-to-day expenses of living with the disease. Learn more about diabetes and tax returns in this article.
Mindfulness for people with diabetes is a concept that involves staying in the present, instead of worrying about the past or future.
The cost of diabetes medications, supplies and devices can run high and pose a real financial burden.
Children’s diabetes support groups can offer comfort, hope and encouragement to kids who have the disease, as well as their families. Read about children’s diabetes support groups in this article.
From the day an individual is diagnosed with diabetes – whether Type 1, Type 2 or Gestational Diabetes – the support from friends and family can be very powerful and can help with adjusting to the day-to-day management of diabetes.