Funding Resources

ALS Canada Equipment Program

Provides support to Canadians with ALS by providing equipment loans, funding assistance, and flexible funding for small bathroom equipment. 

Assistive Devices Program (ADP)

Ontarians with long-term physical disabilities can access ADP funding to help cover 75% of the cost of customized mobility equipment such as walkers, manual wheelchairs, power wheelchairs, and mobility scooters. 

To access the ADP Program, the individual must be assessed by either an Occupational Therapist (OT) or Physiotherapist (PT) who is an ADP Authorizer (not all are). Assessments for walkers can be done privately or at one of our in-store walker clinics hosted every few weeks. Manual wheelchairs assessments can be completed privately at your home or in-store. Power wheelchair and scooter assessments must be completed privately at your home to ensure your home is accessible and the device would be able to get inside without barriers.

If you do not have an OT or PT to complete the ADP assessment, please call the store and we will connect you with one. 

March of Dimes Canada

The Home and Vehicle Modification Program (HVMP) provides funding for home renovations and retrofitting to help Ontarians maintain independence.

Projects include: modular ramps, vertical platform lifts, stairlifts, ceiling track lifts, devices to support basic activities of daily living (bathing, toileting, transferring) relating to mobility, floor patient lifts, and bathroom adaptations (i.e., zero-threshold shower, door widening, waterproof shower panels, grab bars, handheld shower on a slide bar, anti-slip flooring, wheelchair accessible sink, accessible toilet).

MS Society of Canada

The Quality of Life Program supports Canadians with MS by providing financial assistance for purchasing mobility devices and safety equipment. 

Muscular Dystrophy Canada

Financial support for individuals with MD to obtain medical, mobility, or safety equipment to improve their quality of life.

Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP)

ODSP Members may be eligible for financial assistance with bathroom safety equipment, ADP assessments, and more. Funding is assessed on an individual basis and must be approved prior to the purchase of an assistive device. 

Ontario Federation of Cerebral Palsy

Provides funding to OCFP members to gain access to assistive devices and safety equipment.

Spinal Cord Injury Ontario

Provides financial assistance and medical system navigation to individuals with a spinal cord injuries via the Equipment for Independence Program.

Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)

Supports Veterans with daily tasks and independence by covering the cost of assistive devices, safety equipment, and accessories. 

Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB)

Ontarians who have obtained an injury at work may qualify for WSIB benefits, coverage, and return to work services.