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The Assistive Devices Program (ADP) is an Ontario government program that provides funding for those with long-term physical disabilities. Devices covered by the program are intended to enable people increase their independence.

The Assistive Devices Program covers over 8,000 separate pieces of equipment or supplies in a number of categories. Some of these include;

  • prostheses
  • wheelchairs/mobility aids and specialized seating systems
  • monitors and test strips for insulin-dependent diabetics (through an agreement with the Canadian Diabetes Association)
  • insulin pumps and supplies for children
  • hearing aids
  • respiratory equipment
  • visual and communication aids

To be eligible for the Assistive Devices Program you must:

  • be a resident of Ontario
  • have a valid Ontario health card
  • have a physical disability for six months or longer

Equipment cannot be required only for sports, work or school. The Assistive Devices Program pays a portion of the needed equipment. The user pays the rest. For more detail on eligibility click here.

 

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