This Government of Alberta funded program assesses and helps people who have a chronic health condition or disability get basic medical aids and equipment.
Health providers assess people in the office or in their homes to see what medical supplies and/or equipment they need through the Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) program. After people are assessed and meet eligibility criteria, the healthcare provider will help the individual access supplies and/or equipment through AADL processes.
Must have a chronic health condition or disability of 6 months or longer
Anyone can call to book an appointment. People who live outside Edmonton need to call Community Care Access. A prescription from a doctor is needed for some benefits.