Assistive Devices Program (ADP)
ADP is a government program that provides consumer support and funding to Ontario residents with long-term disabilities. In order to access funding a client must have an assessment completed by a healthcare professional that is an authorizer with ADP. The authorizer must then complete an application form to submit to the government. For more information please click on the link below.
Each insurance company and individual plan may have different requirements and benefits available. Check with your insurance company to see if your item may be covered.
March of Dimes (MOD)
MOD provides home or vehicle modifications to eligible individuals and families to enable children and adults with disabilities that restrict mobility to continue living safely in their homes, avoid job loss and participate in their communities. For more information please click on the link below.
Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB)
The NIHB program is a national program that provides coverage to registered First Nations and recognized Inuit for a specified range of medically necessary items and services that are not covered by other plans and programs. For more information please click on the link below.
Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)
The ODSP income support helps people with disabilities who are in financial need pay for assistive devices, mobility devises and batteries and repairs. For more information please click on the link below.
Ontario Works (OW)
OW is a social assistance program that provides financial assistance for health benefits for clients and their families. For more information please click on the link below.
Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)
VAC is a department within the government of Canada with responsibility for benefits and services for war veterans, retired and still-serving members of the Canadian Forces and Royal Canadian Mounted Police, their families, as well as some civilians. They assist with assistive devices and mobility devices. For more information please click on the link below.