Alberta Health Services

North Zone - Alberta Aids to Daily Living Program

Assesses people with a chronic health problem or life-ending illness for funding from the Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) Program for basic medical equipment and supplies.

Due to COVID-19, service times may vary. Call to confirm.

This Government of Alberta funded program assesses people for funding for benefits like wheelchairs, walkers, bathing equipment, wound supplies, and compression stockings.

Affiliation: Government of Alberta Ministry of HealthKey Provider: occupational therapists (OTs), physical therapists (PTs), registered nurses (RNs)
Application Process
Service Access: By Appointment, Call for an appointment for an assessment. A prescription from a doctor is needed for some benefits.Referral Process: No

Waiting Period: Yes,

Referrals are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Fee: Yes,

If eligible, AADL is a cost-share program. Clients pay 25% of the cost up to maximum of $500 per family per benefit year (July 1 to June 30).

Fee Reduction: Yes,

Low-income families can apply for cost exemption. Clients are 100% responsible for any upgrades.

Membership Fee: No
Wheelchair access: Yes - Other disabled access: N/A -
Last Updated On
June 5, 2014
5310 50 Avenue
Elk Point, AB, T0A 1A0

The Elk Point Healthcare Centre emergency department (ED) will be temporarily without on-site physician coverage for 24-hour periods on Tuesdays and Thursdays (from 8 AM. to 8 AM. the following day) starting June 1, 2021, until further notice.

This facility provides a range of healthcare services including a 24/7 emergency department.


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