Benefits for individual CAS subsidy programs vary.4. Does Ontario offer specialized rates or payments based on the extraordinary needs of the child or the additional parenting skill needed to raise the child? If yes, what are the criteria to receive the higher rates?The Targeted Subsidy program offers the same rate ($950 per month) for all eligible children and youth. Parents adopting children who do not qualify for the Targeted Subsidy program should ask the placing CAS if adoption supports are available and at what levels. 5. When do adoption assistance payments begin?The Targeted Subsidy program came into effect on June 15, 2012. For this program, families adopting eligible children and youth will receive benefits as of the date the child is (or children are) placed in the family’s home for adoption.6. When a child turns 18, which benefits, if any, are still available to the family?The Targeted Subsidy program ends at 18. As noted above, some CASs may have established other programs to support adoption of Crown wards. Parents should ask the placing CAS if supports are available beyond age 18. 7. Do relatives adopting under the program receive the same benefits as non-relatives?Yes, as long as the child was a Crown ward. 8. Are deferred agreements offered in Ontario? (A deferred or nil agreement is one with an initial monthly assistance payment of To the first objective, we are currently well into production on a feature length documentary film Compassion Soup: the End of Dog Meat in Korea, which will cultivate awareness and compassion towards dogs in the Korean community. This long term project is supplemented by ongoing awareness efforts through the Korean language portion of our website and social media. To the second goal, we have succeeded in building an international community of supporters in over 43 countries to speak with one voice for the voiceless dogs of Korea. Only yesterday we hosted Korea’s largest ever protest against the dog and cat meat trade in the heart of Seoul, with simultaneous demonstrations in Madrid, New York, Toronto, Portland and London (Ontario). To the last point, international adoption, we have facilitated the adoption and fostering of numerous Korean rescue dogs in the past year. We have also built strategic partnerships with rescue shelters in Korea, such as Jinoak Shelter and Wizard of Hope, and international organizations, such as Humane Society International and Change For Animals Foundation. By working together, we are able to pool our resources, leverage our strengths and make the most of every donated dollar to ensure that we can save as many dogs as possible. where a child is at high risk of developing difficulties later. If a child's needs later become apparent, parents can then renegotiate the payment.)Not for the Targeted Subsidy program. Individual CAS subsidy programs may provide such agreements.9. In addition to monthly payments, what post-adoption services (respite, counselling, child care, residential treatment, parent training, etc.) are provided? When available, are these services formally specified in the adoption assistance agreement in Ontario? Are there specific eligibility requirements for any of the services offered?There are no specific post-adoption services available as part of the Targeted Subsidy program, and the program assumes that parents will use these funds for additional supports as needed. Individual CASs may provide other assistance on a case-by-case basis.10. What medical, mental health, or dental services are available in Ontario beyond provincial health insurance?The Targeted Subsidy program does not include additional health and dental supports. Some CASs may provide assistance through other programs.
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