Alberta Health

Campaign raises orthotics safety concerns

Some providers unqualified and undertrained, local lab says. Orthotic resident Thomas McManus, left, certified orthotist Karen Bohm and certified orthotist and prosthetist Marc Tessier hold a variety of custom-made orthotics. Tessier … READ MORE

Alberta doctors highest paid in Canada

A new report shows the number of doctors in Alberta is growing and so too is the cost. Rockyview Hospital expansion project 2005 to 2011, Calgary AB. Stantec and CANA By Slav Kornik, Global News September 28, 2017 Numbers from the … READ MORE

Maximum Healthcare and Mobility in Calgary

Braceworks recommends Maximum Healthcare and Mobility in Calgary, an AADL Approved Wheelchair Provider, for exceptional customer support and service for all your home health care product needs, including wheelchairs. Note that AADL … READ MORE

IDEAS Calgary

The IDEAS group was formed as a means of providing multi-disciplinary services to children and their families. Of the eight people who started IDEAS in August 1992, Karen McIntosh remains as the director. New associates have been … READ MORE

Cause and Effect Foundation in Calgary

Cause and Effect Foundation is an Early Intervention Program committed to delivering individualized programming to each child within their natural environments including preschool, home, and community. Programs and services promote … READ MORE

Children’s Link Society

Staffed by parents that have been there, The Children’s Link Society is Calgary’s first and only special needs connection. Whether newly diagnosed or struggling through critical life events, our service connects parents with the … READ MORE

Refresh your brace with new straps

Pop a rivet? Blow a strap? Drop-in service for minor repairs while you wait. Drop off your used devices for recycling. Please call ahead. Amy Lisbeth photo Have the fit and function of your orthosis assessed by a professional … READ MORE

Cost-share and cost-share exemption

Costs paid by clients and AADL program Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) is a cost-share program. Clients pay 25% of the cost of program benefits, up to a maximum of $500 per family per benefit year (July 1 to June 30). Albertans … READ MORE
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