I came across this article by Paul Fawcett that is a great primer on who can use Registered Disability Savings Plans (RDSPs) and the advantages of having one of these plans. Click here to read Paul's article. I find RDSPs to a wonderful estate planning tool, largely because they don't interfere with provincial disability benefits. RDSPs provide parents of disabled children another tool to use when making plans for the child's future, and having options is a good thing. If you've been thinking about setting up an RDSP, this article is a good place to start.