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You selected:  Assistive Technology Equipment Acquisition Assistance  Definition
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add to list service Accessibility Services and Assessments Program Provided by: Deaf & Hear Alberta
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Provides and accessibility services such as consultations, sales, technical support, and assessments for assisting equipment.

add to list service Adaptive Equipment and Support Services Program Provided by: Easter Seals Alberta
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Provides equipment to individuals with disability.

add to list service Aids to Daily Living Provided by: Alberta Health Services - Calgary Zone
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The Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) Program provides funding for basic medical equipment and supplies for people with chronic health problems or life-ending illness who qualify under the program.

add to list service Alberta Aids to Daily Living Program Provided by: Alberta Health Services - North Zone
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Assesses people with a chronic health problem or life-ending illness for funding from the Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) Program for basic medical equipment and supplies.

add to list service ALS Equipment Loan Program Provided by: ALS Society of Alberta
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Offers a provincial loan program that provides individuals with ALS with free medical equipment loans.

add to list service Assistive Technology Services Provided by: Vision Loss Rehabilitation Alberta
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Offers products to make life with vision loss easier.

add to list service Calgary Community Aids for Independent Living Provided by: Alberta Health Services - Calgary Zone
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CCAIL is a team of healthcare providers working in the community to help people access basic medical supplies, aids and equipment that is primarily funded by the Alberta Aids to Daily Living program (AADL).Clients are typically seen on a ‘First come, first served’ basis, as their short-term / interim needs are expected to be met through other programs or processes.

add to list service Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program Provided by: War Amps, The
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Provides financial assistance for artificial limbs, regional seminars and peer support.

add to list service Community Aids for Independent Living Provided by: Alberta Health Services - Edmonton Zone
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Helps people who have a chronic health condition or disability get basic medical aids and equipment.

add to list service Health, Social and Educational Services and Supports – Alberta Wide Provided by: First Nations Health Consortium
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Provides support to families in accessing essential services for their children in areas of education, health, and social programs.

add to list service Mobility Equipment Program Provided by: Muscular Dystrophy Canada
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Assists registered clients to obtain medically necessary, mobility-related equipment.

add to list service Polio Assistance Provided by: Royal Canadian Legion, The - Alberta NWT Command
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To fund research and provide medical and financial assistance to people who have contracted polio.

add to list service Quality of Life Equipment Grants Provided by: Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada
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Provides grants to people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) towards the purchase of equipment to enhance quality of life.

add to list service Reimbursement Program Provided by: Wildrose Polio Support Society
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Offers reimbursement to members for services, aids, or appliances that are partially covered or not covered at all by health insurance.

add to list service Support for Families Provided by: Hope 4 MVC Kids Society
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Provides financial support and assistance with medical costs to families when their child is ill.

add to list service Support Fund Provided by: Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of Northern Alberta
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Assists with costs resulting from spina bifida or hydrocephalus.

Aids to Daily Living
Okotoks and Area
Provided by: Alberta Health Services - Calgary Zone
403-943-1920 (Community Care Access - Referral Intake Line)
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Aids to Daily Living
Calgary Zone and Area
Provided by: Alberta Health Services - Calgary Zone
403-943-1920 (Community Care Access - Referral Intake Line)
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Assistive Technology Services
Alberta Wide
Provided by: Vision Loss Rehabilitation Alberta
1-844-887-8572
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Calgary Community Aids for Independent Living
Calgary Zone and Area
Provided by: Alberta Health Services - Calgary Zone
403-943-1920 (Referrals)
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Health, Social and Educational Services and Supports – Alberta Wide
Alberta Wide
Provided by: First Nations Health Consortium
1-844-558-8748
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Quality of Life Equipment Grants
Alberta Wide
Provided by: Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada
1-800-268-7582
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Quality of Life Equipment Grants
Nunavut Wide
Provided by: Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada
1-844-859-6789 (Knowledge Network)
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Quality of Life Equipment Grants
Northwest Territories Wide
Provided by: Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada
1-800-268-7582
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Support for Families
Olds and Area
Provided by: Hope 4 MVC Kids Society
403-507-2299 Ext. 1 (Applications)
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