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Colostomy

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Personal Mobility

Wheelchairs

Scooters

Walkers (Type 2)

Walkers (Type 3)

Patient Mobility

Lift Chairs/Recliners

Hospital Beds

Bathroom Safety

Bath Lifts

Toilet Seats

Bath Benches

Hand Showers

Grab Bars

Therapy Rehab

Sports Medicine

Knee Braces

Back Care

Cervical Collars

Stockings, Compression
  (therapeutic)

Reachers

Utensils

Canes/Crutches

Auxiliary

Forearm

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Other Supplies

 

I only need a wheelchair for a short period of time. Do you rent wheelchairs?

Most of the equipment we sell (wheelchairs, crutches, hospital beds, etc.) can be rented. Rental pricing is available with weekly or monthly rates. Please contact one of our staff for more information.

Do you sell used equipment?

We carry a wide variety of new and used equipment. Please contact us to inquire about current availability and prices.

What type of equipment do you service?

Our Service Department maintains and repairs most major brands of personal mobility equipment.

Do I have to bring my equipment in to the main store to have it serviced?

Our service technicians can usually repair your equipment at your location. In some cases, it will have to be brought back to our fully equipped shop. Please contact our Service Department at 613-234-1222 to discuss your individual service needs.

Are there any funding sources available to help with my walker, wheelchair, or scooter purchase, or make my home more "mobility-friendly"?

The cost of health care supplies and mobility devices can become quite expensive to the average Canadian and most of us are not aware of the funding available to assist in covering the costs, many times the entire cost.

The Assistive Devices Program (ADP) is one of the largest programs of its type and is available to eligible residents of Ontario.   Devices covered by the program are intended to give people increased independence and control over their lives.   In addition, there are many other funding programs available, such as:

The Arthritis Society

Blue Cross

Essential Health and Social Services

First Nations

Knights of Columbus

Ontario March of Dimes

Ontario Disability Support Program

Ontario Works

Department of Veterans Affairs

The Easter Seal Society

Hemophilia Association

Kiwanis Club

Moose Lodge

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation - RRAP

Corporate and Private Insurance Companies

 

Many of the different programs listed, as well as other programs, can be combined to cover up to 100% of the total cost of mobility devices.   To find out if you qualify for any of the programs available, please contact one of our sales associates at Canada Care Medical.