Assistive Devices Program (ADP) Ontario

The objective of the Assistive Devices Program (ADP) is to provide consumer centered support and funding to Ontario residents who have long-term physical disabilities and to provide access to personalized assistive devices appropriate for the individual’s basic needs.

Devices covered by the program are intended to enable people with physical disabilities to increase their independence through access to assistive devices responsive to their individual needs.

To qualify, you must:

Be an Ontario resident
Have a valid Ontario health card
Have a disability requiring the equipment or supplies for six months or longer

Survey Report Reforming Ontario's Assistive Devices Program

Vision Loss ADP Reform Working Group - Canadian Council of the Blind

"The primary goal of the survey, outlined in this report, is to develop a rigorous and patient-centred evidence-base from which to make recommendations to ADP governing bodies that are informed, substantive, and reflective of the needs of Ontarians living with vision loss."

PIPEDA (Requirement)


Communications (AAC)


BILL C-284 - An Act to establish a national strategy for eye care

C-284 (44-1) - LEGISinfo - Parliament of Canada

Bill C-284 |

An Act to establish a national strategy for eye care | GovtMonitor

Sign: Stop Vision Loss - Fighting Blindness Canada (FBC)

BILL C-272 - An Act respecting the development of a national employment strategy for persons with disabilities

C-272 (44-1) - LEGISinfo - Parliament of Canada

Bill C-272 |

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