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Community-Based Publicly Funded Physiotherapy Services and other Programs
The OPA has developed LHIN-specific navigation tools for OPA member physiotherapists in all sectors to use when assisting patients and families to access publicly funded physiotherapy services and other programs in the community. The tools include brief descriptions and contact information for community-based publicly funded physiotherapy services (including CPCs) as well as other community programming such as wellness programming, funding, and equipment resources.
Primary Health Care Resources
Learn more about the role of physiotherapists in primary health care.
Publicly Funded Community Physiotherapy Clinics
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CHANGES TO THE SOCIAL ASSISTANCE VERIFICATION (SAV) HELPLINE
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VERIFYING ELIGIBILITY UNDER SOCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
SCREENING TOOL FOR COMMUNITY PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINICS
Developed by a Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care working group, with extensive input from physiotherapists, this screening tool will aid in managing wait lists in Community Physiotherapy Clinics. The tool, which is not mandatory for use, was developed to help physiotherapists, referral sources and patients understand eligibility and wait list expectations for publicly funded community physiotherapy.
WEBINAR: PUBLICLY-FUNDED COMMUNITY-BASED PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC PROGRAM
Watch this 60 minute webinar presented by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care’s Health Services and Claims Services Branches staff on operational questions submitted by OPA members working in this sector.
CCAC PHYSIOTHERAPY ADVISORY PANEL
Read the final recommendations document created by the Advisory Panel on the best practice evidence for in-home physiotherapy.
A HISTORY OF MANAGED COMPETITION IN ONTARIO’S HOME CARE SYSTEM
View the Home Care Advisory Committee’s (HCAC) backgrounder on the history of managed competition and learn more about the current remuneration system in home care.