Struggling to pay for a CPAP or oxygen machine? Don’t suffer in silence. Left untreated, breathing conditions and sleep disorders can lead to serious life-threatening conditions including heart failure, diabetes, and cancer.
That’s why Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care offers the Assistive Device Program (ADP). If you’ve been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea, ADP will help you pay for your device. If you’re receiving social assistance benefits, there may not be any charge at all.
In addition, extended health benefit providers will often pay for copayments and pay to replace masks, tubes, and filters.
How Much Do CPAP or Oxygen Machines Cost?
Give us a call and our respiratory therapists will help you determine what costs (if any) you’d be charged. We’ll contact insurance to see what benefits you’re entitled to and any questions about the devices we offer.