Medical Services and Equipment

You may be eligible for government funded therapy or support services through the Home and Community Care Support Services Waterloo Wellington (formerly WWLHIN).

If you are receiving ODSP benefits, you are eligible for OHIP funded physiotherapy at designated clinics with a referral from a doctor or nurse practitioner

Transitional and Lifelong Care Program:  The TLC program provides care to adolescents and adults (15 years of age or older) from  Southwestern Ontario who have special health and rehabilitative needs related to a condition of childhood onset. This includes people with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, Rett Syndrome, developmental delay, and others.

How to find private therapy services

Other Helpful Resources

  • My Health Passport
  • Finding a Family Doctor or Nurse Practitioner in Ontario
  • Mobility Clinic: The goal of the Mobility Clinic is to help patients with physical disabilities, and their primary care providers, with health care needs that are difficult to manage due to a patient's disability or accessibility issues. That might include a patient who has difficulty getting onto a typical high examination table and would benefit from the use of a more accessible examination room equipped with an electronic lowering exam table, overhead ceiling lift or just more time for a detailed assessment.
  • Counselling Collaborative Program (Waterloo Region) - no fee counselling services for individuals receiving ODSP

Specialized Equipment