All vendors are authorized by the Assistive Devices Program.
The Assistive Devices Program (ADP) in Ontario, helps people with long-term physical disabilities pay for customized equipment, like wheelchairs and hearing aids. This program can help cover up to 75% of the cost of assistive devices, including mobility devices. This website is an ongoing project starting with listing authorized ADP Mobility vendors in Ontario. The purpose of the website is to make it easier for people to connect with those who sell assistive devices. Go to Assistive Devices Program Mobility Webpage for more information.
The ADP will fund 100 per cent of the ADP-approved price for those who receive assistance from Ontario Works or the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP). The client must advise the vendor they are receiving assistance and provide proof.
March of Dimes Canada Assistive Devices Program assists adults with physical disabilities who are in financial need to purchase assistive devices that increase their mobility and functional independence.
Easter Seals Ontario helps families with the cost of equipment that is required by children and youth with physical disability. Only children and youth who are registered as Easter Seals Ontario clients may apply for the Equipment Funding Program.
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The War Amps proudly serves war amputees and seriously disabled veterans from past and recent conflicts with assistance in navigating their benefits and accessing support services.
Toronto residents not receiving provincial assistance can apply through the Hardship Fund for 25 per cent of the ADP-approved price. The ADP form and cost quotation/invoice is required as part of the Hardship Fund application
The Essential Health and Social Supports (EHSS) program helps Ottawa residents offset the 25 per cent payment for assistive devices not covered under Ontario Assistive Devices Program.