Last modified by Ann Watkins on 2016/11/22 23:13








Assistive Devices Program (ADP)Special Services At Home - SSAH (max 15000$) wait list, advocacyAndrew FleckMotor Vehicle InsuranceFundraising
Income based: No
Referral: Health professional
Funds 75% of devices such as communication aids, diabetic supplies, enteral feeding equipment, hearing devices, orthotic devices, ostomy supplies, pressure modification devices, prosthetic devices, respiratory equipment, visual aids, mobility/positioning aids.
Increased funds for families receiving Ontario Works (OW), Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) or Assistance to Children with Severe Disabilities (ACSD).
CCAC supportEnhanced Respite $3500CISSPrivate (RN, RPN)Foundation (PC, Trillium, CHEO)
Income based: No
Referral: Self or Health Professional
Case manager evaluates needs and organizes services/referrals and coordinates care.
Includes care at home, care at school and care in the community by a wide variety of services (nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, diet and nutrition counselling).
HospitalsACSD income based (62K) monthly 400$ VisaCharities
March of Dimes, The Easter Seals Society, Kiwanis, Lions Clubs
Vent Equipment Pool (VEP)OCTC School 
Income based: No
Referral: Must be receiving ADP
Loaned ventilation equipment to eligible clients.  Oxygen saturation monitors also loaned out to clients under 18 years of age.  Free of charge.  ADP sends a grant to help cover the cost of disposable components.
Rogers House   
Income based: No
Referral: Clients of the CHEO Palliative Care Outreach Team
Care for children and/or their families.  Services: respite care, acute end of life care, pain and symptom management, transitional care, grief and bereavement support and perinatal hospice.
Limited space (8 children).
 Service Coordination   
 Ottawa Rotary Home   
Created by Ann Watkins on 2016/11/22 23:13