Funding Options

Ministry of Health and Long Term Care Assistive Devices Program (ADP)

The Ministry of Health Assistive Devices Program (ADP) may provide funding to residents of Ontario with a valid health card for certain devices provided by a Certified Orthotist which are required for long term (over 6 months) use for chronic medical conditions. Your Certified Orthotist will provide you with details specific to your needs.

For a general outline of ADP please click here. The Ministry of Health ADP Applicant’s Information Sheet for Orthotic Devices also has answers to frequently asked questions.

To apply for funding, please download, print and complete the Application for Funding Orthotic Devices, and take it to your Doctor for signature.  Please bring the form to your appointment with us.  

If you do not have an ADP form, we can arrange for it for you.

Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)

The WSIB may provide funding for treatments that are related to workplace injuries.  As WSIB Healthcare Providers, we will help guide you through the process. Once we have the prescription from your doctor and have assessed your needs, we will apply to WSIB and arrange the funding on your behalf.

Ontario Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services

In some cases, the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP),  Ontario Works (OW) or Assistance for Children with Severe Disabilities (ACDS) may help to provide funding for certain prescribed devices. We will apply for and arrange direct funding for eligible clients.

Non-insured Health Benefit Program

The Non-Insured Health Benefit (NIHB) Program provides coverage for a range of services and treatments for people who are First Nations or Inuit. As providers for NIHB, we will apply for and arrange direct funding for eligible clients.

Private or Group Insurance

We are Preferred Providers of many third party insurance companies including Canada Life, Greenshield and Sunlife. As each insurance policy is individualized, it is important to understand your coverage. We can assist you with clarification of terminology and funding issues with the insurance companies and in some cases, directly invoice your insurance company.

Please inform our staff if you require additional information for your insurance provider. 

Department of
Veterans Affairs

Veteran’s Affairs Canada provides coverage for a range of services and devices for Veterans. As providers for DVA, we will apply for and arrange direct funding for eligible clients.


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