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March Of Dimes Funding Program

    March Of Dimes Funding Program 

    Assistive devises Program (ADP) Help for Ontario Residents with Long-Term Physical Disabilities

    Are you an Ontario resident living with a long-term physical disability? The government's Assistive Devices Program (ADP) may be able to help. ADP provides March of Dimes funding and support for personalized assistive devices that meet your basic needs. With over 8,000 separate pieces of equipment covered, ADP can help you with everything from mobility aids to communication devices.

    Don't let a physical disability hold you back. To learn more about the Assistive Devices Program.

    Easter Seals Ontario Funding for Children with Physical Disabilities

    Easter Seals Ontario offers programs and services for children and youth with physical disabilities across the province. They provide financial assistance of up to $3,000 per year, per child to help purchase essential mobility equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers, ramps, and lifts. The goal is to help these children achieve greater independence, accessibility, and integration in their daily lives.

    March of Dimes Home and Vehicle Funding Help for Ontario Residents with Disabilities

    Are you an Ontario resident with a substantial impairment that is expected to last one year or more? March of Dimes has a funding program to help you with basic home and/or vehicle modifications. This program is intended to assist permanent residents with their disability management and make their daily lives easier.

    The following website offers more details: https://www.marchofdimes.ca/EN/programs/hvmp/Pages/HomeandVehicle.aspx

    MS Society Quality of Life Grant Help for Individuals Living with MS

    The MS Society offers a wide range of programs to promote personal independence and enhance the quality of life for individuals living with MS. The Quality of Life Grants is designed to provide financial assistance to those who need support with the purchase of mobility equipment and safety devices.

    To learn more about The MS Society Quality of Life Grant go to: https://mssociety.ca/support-services/programs-and-services/15/financial-assistance-ontario-nunavut-division 

    Ontario Renovates House Funding Help for Home Repairs

    Ontario Renovates offers financial assistance to qualifying individuals to repair their existing homes. If you meet income thresholds and own a home with substandard construction, you may be eligible for funding to improve the home's build quality and reach a minimum level of safety. The March of Dimes funding can also be used to make the household more accessible.

    City of Toronto Funding Program for medical devices and supplies for Toronto residents

    The city of Toronto  offers a funding program for low-income residents that provides financial assistance for the purchase of medical items and supplies. The program covers a wide range of products, including mobility aids, diabetic supplies, hearing aids, Hospital beds,Slings,Hoyer Lifts,Bathroom accessories and much more. The eligibility depends on the income level and the type of medical based item.The program aims to ensure that residents have access to the medical items and supplies they need to maintain their health and quality of life .

    Hardship Fund

    Funds may be available to pay for certain medically based items/services such as eyeglasses, emergency dental work, medication, medical items (walkers, hearing aids, hospital beds and more) or funeral expenses. Low-income Toronto residents who are not receiving assistance from Ontario Works, Emergency Assistance or the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) can apply regardless of their immigration status in Canada.

    Who Can Apply

    Low-income Toronto residents, who are not receiving assistance from Ontario Works/Emergency Assistance or ODSP, who require help with a medically based item/service, may apply.