Find a Registered Assistive Devices Vendor

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Hours of vendors vary

Description and Service

Description (Service)

The Assistive Devices Program (ADP) helps people with long-term physical disabilities pay for customized equipment, which must be purchased from authorized, registered vendors. The provincial website provides the ability to find registered vendors for all aspects of the Assistive Devices Program (ADP), through the "Find a Vendor and Apply" feature.

Each individual database can be searched by city/town, postal code, or company name. Searching these databases works best by clicking 'Download CVS' at the bottom of each list.

Follow the following links for more information:

Artificial Eyes and Facial Prosthetics

Communication Aids

Custom Orthotic Braces, Compression Garments and Lymphedema Pumps 

Diabetes Equipment and Supplies 

Enteral-feeding Pumps and Ostomy Supplies
*Note: Enteral-feeding pump and ostomy supply vendors are not registered:  "You choose where you buy the supplies.  Your doctor, the nurse practitioner or nutritional specialist can help you find a retailer near you."

Hearing Devices

Home Oxygen Therapy

Mobility Aids

Prosthetic Breasts or Limbs 

Respiratory Equipment and Supplies 

Visual Aids

  • Must be an Ontario resident
  • Must have a valid Ontario health card
  • Must have a disability requiring the equipment or supplies for six months or longer


Varies; application forms are available on the website

Languages English ; French

Location Information

Areas Served Ontario

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