In the province of British Columbia, the following agencies may assist eligible applicants with funding Motion Composites Wheelchairs. Please contact the agencies directly for more information.
The British Columbia Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation may provide specific health supplements to certain categories of former BC Employment and Assistance (BCEA) clients to meet their health needs. Health benefits may include prescribed medical equipment.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Canada may provide financial support to assist with funding medical equipment.
The Pacific Blue Cross is a private insurance company providing funding for eligible clients who have membership through work, unions or private purchase.
WorkSafeBC is dedicated to promoting workplace health and safety for the workers and employers of this province. In the event of work-related injuries or diseases, WorkSafeBC works with the affected parties to provide return-to-work rehabilitation, compensation, health care benefits, and a range of other services.
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 At Home Program assists parents with some of the extraordinary costs of caring for a child with severe disabilities at home through a range of health supports and services.