We have curated a list of national and regional support programs and foundations throughout Canada to help mitochondrial disease patients and caregivers source information and services.

Below you will find a resources listing for Saskatchewan. 

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RETURN TO MAIN PATIENT AND CAREGIVER RESOURCES

Financial Support

Family Health Benefits (for low-income working families)

Saskatchewan Employment Supplement (SES) for lower-income families with children

Drug Cost Assistance (Helps with residents with high drug costs in relation to income)

Supplementary Health Benefits

SAIL (Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living Program)

Individualized Funding for Home Care

Home Repair Program– Adaptation for Independence (making home more accessible for person with housing-related disability)

SAID (Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability)

Emotional Support

Please refer to the National Programs and National Foundations listings.

Physical Support

Please refer to the National Programs and National Foundations listings.

Social Support

Alvin Buckwold Child Development Program Family Resources Journal (template to track patient symptoms)

Informational Support

HealthLine 8-1-1

Office of Disability Issues

Royal University Hospital Medical Genetics Patient FAQ

Royal University Hospital Medical Genetics General Information