Alberta Health Services

Central Zone - Mobility Clinic

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Offers help for people who find it hard to move around inside their homes or out in their communities

Offers support for people who live in rural areas and have fallen, are at risk of falling, or who have trouble moving around by:

  • assessing their ability to move around (mobility)
  • helping them choose canes, crutches or walkers (mobility aids)
  • seeing if their homes need special safety equipment
  • referring them to other services

Also helps people find out if the cost of their walking aid is covered by Alberta Aids to Daily Living.

Key Provider: physical therapists (PTs)
Yes, Adults 18 years of age or older living in the community who have fallen or are at risk for falling and/or require a mobility aid for long term use.
Application Process
Service Access: Professional Referral Required, Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.Referral Process: Yes,

Professional referral required.

Waiting Period: Yes,

An estimated wait time will be provided at the time of appointment booking.

Rural Mobility Clinics are scheduled three to four times a year depending on location.

Interpreter/Translation services
Fee: Yes,

No cost to attend the clinic. Cost of walking aids depends on type and how much is covered by Alberta Aids to Daily Living.

Fee Reduction: N/AMembership Fee: No
Documents Required

Professional referral required.

Wheelchair access: Yes - Other disabled access: N/A -
Last Updated On
August 20, 2010
212 6 Avenue NE
Sundre, AB, T0M 1X0
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