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Enabling the disabled with accessible vehicles

The Green Highway should be open to all and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act is going to require massive changes in making transportation services accessible... more


MEDIchair Ontario and Kino Mobility Announce Merger

Combined company to become first dealership for the MV-1, Canada's only factory-built wheelchair accessible vehicle... more


Grande Family Makes Accessible Vehicles Their Priority

There's redesigned to be accessible and then there's built to be accessible... more

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Financial Resources

In Canada and many of the provinces, sources of funding exist to help families afford the purchase of any accessible vehicle, to offset the costs of converting an existing vehicle and/or to make home renovations (such as lifts, ramps, flooring upgrades or door-widening). As we grow, we will continue to identify and add more resources and advice on how to apply and improve your chances for funding.

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Canada-wide Foundations and Charitable Sources

Presidents Choice Children's Charity - President's Choice Children's Charity provides grants to families to assist with the costs of equipment, home capital, respite care, developmental and physical therapy and accessible vehicles.

Provincial Foundations and Charities

Easter Seals Alberta - The Equipment and Support Services Program provides equipment through our loan pool program for people who qualify physically and financially. This equipment is truly life changing for the children, adults and seniors in our community. Some had serious illnesses like muscular dystrophy since childhood while others have had serious accidents or illnesses as adults.

British Columbia
Giving In Action - One time grants available to any BC families with children with special needs up to 19 years of age.

Easter Seals British Columbia - Each year, the Patient Care Grants Program provides financial assistance to many families of children with special needs in BC, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories.

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities - Through the SMD Assistive Technology Support Program eligible applicants may be funded for up to 20% of the actual cost of their assistive technology product purchase (up to a maximum of $2500 per fiscal year).

Newfoundland and Labrador
Easter Seals Newfoundland and Labrador - Requests for financial assistance for costs related to the purchase of mobility equipment, van lifts, computer-aided speech devices, etc. are evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Easter Seals provides financial assistance when possible and appropriate. We are also able to help families identify additional sources of assistance that may be available to them.

March Of Dimes Home and Vehicle Modification Program - The Home & Vehicle Modification Program provides funding for basic home and/or vehicle modifications. The program is intended to assist permanent Ontario residents with a substantial impairment expected to last one year or more.

Easter Seals Ontario - Direct financial assistance to individual families is the primary focus of Easter Seals Ontario. Easter Seals Ontario acts as a third party funder and as such has no role in prescribing, recommending equipment, selecting a vendor/contractor or in the relationship between the parent and vendor.

SAAQ Quebec - If you are planning on purchasing a new or used vehicle with the aim of adapting it for your particular physical limits, or if you are planning on making an application for financial assistance from the SAAQ (Société de l'assurance automobile du Québec) to adapt the vehicle, then the following might be helpful.