Alberta Aids to Daily Living

Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) helps those with a long-term disability, chronic illness or terminal illness to stay independent.
AADL helps pay for basic medical equipment and supplies to help Albertans stay independent in their communities.
  • A clinical assessment by a health care professional is required. The health professional determine what equipment and supplies you can get through the AADL program.
  • Albertans pay 25% of the benefit cost to a maximum of $500 per individual or family per year.
  • Low-income Albertans and those receiving income assistance are exempt from paying the cost-sharing portion.

AADL program information

AADL newsletter and bulletins

  • Read all AADL Bulletins
    • Current: Bulletin 67 Information regarding the transition of Bone Anchored Hearing Devices (BAHD) and Cochlear Implant (CI) claims and authorizations to Alberta Blue Cross
  • Read all AADL newsletters
    • Current AADL Newsletter: December 2017

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