Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) helps Albertans stay independent in their communities by paying for basic medical equipment and supplies.
To be eligible, a clinical assessment by a health care professional is required. The health professional determine what equipment and supplies you can get through the AADL program.
AADL is a cost-share program. Albertans pay 25% of the benefit cost to a maximum of $500 per individual or family per year. Low-income Albertans and people receiving income assistance do not pay the cost-sharing portion.
Before you can apply for AADL benefits, you must first be assessed by a health care professional to determine your incontinence needs and eligibility for the program.
Once approved by an AADL authorizer , you have to select a AADL approved vendor.