In the province of Alberta, the following agencies may assist eligible applicants with funding Motion Composites Wheelchairs. Please contact the agencies directly for more information.
The Alberta Aids to Daily Living Program (AADL) helps Albertans with a long-term disability, chronic illness or terminal illness to maintain their independence at home, in lodges or group homes by providing financial assistance to buy medical equipment and supplies.
The Workers’ Compensation Board-Alberta is a statutory corporation created by government under the Workers’ Compensation Act to administer a system of workplace insurance for the workers and employers of the province of Alberta. Workers’ compensation compensates injured workers for lost income, health care and other costs related to a work-related injury.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Canada may provide financial support to assist with funding medical equipment.
The Non-Insured Health Benefits Program is Health Canada’s national, medically necessary health benefit program that provides coverage for benefit claims for a specified range of drugs, dental care, vision care, medical supplies and equipment, short-term crisis intervention mental health counselling and medical transportation for eligible First Nations people and Inuit.
The Equipment and Support Services (ESS) program through Easter Seals Alberta provides specialized mobility equipment for individuals with physical disabilities.