Financial and health benefits for eligible Albertans with a permanent medical condition that prevents them from earning a living.
|AISH eligibility||What you get with AISH|
|To be eligible for AISH, you must meet age, residency, financial and medical criteria.||Coverage may include financial and health benefits for you, your spouse or partner and your children.|
|How to apply for AISH||AISH payment details|
|Follow these steps to apply for AISH financial and health benefits||Find out how to receive your AISH payments and when funds will be deposited.|
|Report a change to AISH||AISH overpayments and underpayments|
|Report changes to your finances, medical or living situation to make sure you get the benefits you are eligible for.||Information about receiving more or less AISH benefits than you are eligible for.|
|AISH terms and definitions||Contact AISH|
|Common terms used by the AISH program.||Get information about AISH and other support by phone, email or in-person.|
|The Act to Strengthen Financial Security for Persons with Disabilities is now in effect.
This means people with disabilities will still be eligible for the AISH program if they are the beneficiary of a trust.
As of April 1, 2018:
News: Proposed AISH Act changes allow financial security (Mar. 19, 2018)
|What you may get|
|Depending on your situation, you may get:
|For more information|
Source Alberta Human Services in Government of Alberta
Updated 30 April 2019
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