Mobility Assessments ADP

Wheelchairs – Walkers – Scooters

Our occupational therapists are able to assess your needs for mobility and adaptive equipment, including manual and power wheelchairs, walkers, and scooters.

Assistive Devices Program

The Assistive Devices Program (ADP) is a program offered through the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care to provide support and funding to Ontario residents who have long-term physical disabilities and to provide access to personalized assistive devices appropriate to their individual needs.

We have occupational therapists on our team who are able to provide assessments and complete applications to the assistive devices program for wheelchairs, positioning, and ambulatory aids.

The assessment takes place with the occupational therapist in your living environment. the therapist will also coordinate a consultation with a vendor to trial appropriate equipment. Following the assessment, the occupational therapist completes the required application forms to the ADP, who will then notify you directly regarding approval. The ADP does not provide funding for the assessment process.

Additional information regarding the Assistive Devices Program can also be obtained from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Assistive Devices Program
7th Floor, 5700 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON M2M 4K5
Toronto: 416-327-8804416-327-8804
Toll-free: 1-800-268-60211-800-268-6021
TDD/TTY: 416-327-4282416-327-4282
TDD/TTY: 1-800-387-55591-800-387-5559
Fax: 416-327-8192

Assessments take place with an ADP-certified occupational therapist at our clinic or in your home (additional costs for in-home).
The assessment is completed within a few hours, however, the ADP process is about 3-6 months in total.
To qualify for the ADP, 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.
You do not qualify for the ADP if you:
  • are already receiving financial support for the same equipment from the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board or Veterans Affairs Canada.
ADP covers the cost of 75% of the mobility device, but they also DO NOT cover the cost of this assessment. You will have to pay out of pocket or use a third-party funder for the assessment and the additional 25% of the device.


Walker Assessment $195.00
Manual Wheelchair Assessment $500.00
Power Wheelchair Assessment $630.00
Scooter Assessment $630.00
The ADP does not cover repair costs. You must pay those costs yourself. Care and maintenance of the equipment is your responsibility. If you need to replace your equipment, the ADP may contribute to the cost if your condition changes or your equipment is no longer under warranty and cannot be repaired at a reasonable cost.
We would require direct approval from ODSP. We can send a fax request for funding of this assessment. We would require your ODSP case number, case manager’s name and fax number, and your basic contact information.

Please contact us for more information and click here to submit an online referral today.