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(Child assistance payments will now be named Family allowance)
(Client satisfaction regarding the procedure and the services received to obtain the Supplement for Handicapped Children Requiring Exceptional Care – 2018 Report; French only)
The Supplement for Handicapped Children Requiring Exceptional Care is a measure for families who must assume exceptional responsibilities in administering special care or who must be constantly present with a child. The qualitative study was carried out with people who took steps to receive this additional financial assistance and whose application for the Supplement for Handicapped Children Requiring Exceptional Care was accepted or rejected. This survey measures client satisfaction regarding the process to register a child. The comments on the eligibility requirements are not provided in this report.
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The document compares the eligibility requirements for the supplement for handicapped children to those of countries that have similar programs. The data provides an overview of the various programs offered to handicapped children under age 18.
(Changes to child assistance between 2005 and 2012;
This study examines child assistance, a major component of Quebec's family policy. The study presents the changes in this program since it took effect in 2005, as well as tables and charts concerning the clientele and the amounts paid. The report includes a comparison with similar programs elsewhere.
(Survey: how well-known is child assistance;
This document gives the results of a January 2010 survey of Quebeckers aged 18 to 49 made to determine how well known child assistance is. It reports on the target population's knowledge of the measures implemented by the Gouvernement du Québec to support families. It also offers a snapshot of the families who receive child assistance and ends with a short section that discusses the methods of communication preferred by respondents.