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The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Assistive Devices Program (ADP) pays for continuous (CPAP), auto titrating (APAP) and Bilevel (BPAP) positive airway pressure systems for people who have been diagnosed by a sleep physician as having obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. ADP will pay a portion of the ADP approved price. You will be charged for the remaining balance (co-payment).

If you are receiving social assistance benefits from Ontario Works (OW) or Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP), ADP will pay 100% of the ADP approved price.

Do you have Extended Health Benefits?

Most extended health benefit providers will pay for the non-Assistive Devices Program (ADP) portion (co-payment) at the time of purchase. In addition insurers generally pay for replacement masks, tubes and filters on a regular basis.

CPAP users know how important their equipment is for getting a good night’s sleep. After regular use, despite proper maintenance, your mask, hoses and other pieces of the CPAP unit will wear out so replacing it on a regular basis is critical to maintaining the success you have grown accustom to with your CPAP therapy.

Our respiratory therapist or nurse and customer service representative will work with you and your insurer.