You must buy your medical equipment or supplies from an approved Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) vendor. Approved vendors include some home health care stores, pharmacies, home oxygen suppliers and hearing aid vendors. See the list below.
You must be assessed and authorized for AADL benefits first. AADL cannot refund clients who purchase their own medical equipment and supplies before being assessed and authorized for the equipment and supplies.
Your authorizer will provide you with a list of at least 3 vendors, or you may choose your own from the list of approved vendors.
AADL vendors by category
NOTE: The approved vendor lists below are provided in PDF
- Bathing and Toileting Aids
- Bathing and Toileting Equipment, Large
- Breast Prosthesis
- Catheter Supplies
- Compression Garments – Burn
- Compression Garments – Custom Made
- Compression Garments – Ready Made
- Hearing Aids
- Homecare Beds
- Incontinence Supplies
- Injection Supplies
- Lift and Transfer Aids
- Ocular Prosthesis
- Ostomy Supplies
- Pediatric Equipment
- Seating Services
- Soft Supports – Ready Made
- Stationary Commodes, Mattress Overlays, Transfer Pole Aids and Transfer Bed Rails
- Walking Aids
- Wheelchair Cushions and Accessories
|Changing your AADL vendor|
|You can choose to change your vendor or supplier based on need or choice.
To change your vendor:
Excerpt from Alberta Health updated 29 November 2016
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