The Adaptive Equipment Program assists persons living with cerebral palsy in Saskatchewan with supports for daily living to improve their quality of life. The Program is funded through the SCPA’s own fundraising efforts and from generous donations from members of our community. Through this program, we provide funding for necessary items such as:
The funding is capped annually at $500.00.
Funding is not guaranteed. The Funding Request Committee reserves the right to:
1. Request the applicant to seek alternate funding.
2. Request the applicant to provide additional information or documentation with regard to any agency or government department that pertains to the request.
3. Decline the application based on the SCPA’s priorities, requirements, or other considerations.
4. Not fund the entire amount requested by the applicant.
5. Deny applications for funding for an item(s) that has already been purchased.
6. Request the applicant to apply directly for Government funding or alternative funding.
7. Request the applicant to include copies of your correspondence to and from the Government and other agencies to which you have applied for funding.
8. Request the applicant to include three written quotations per item requested with the application, where possible
1. Persons applying for funding must be SCPA members for at least three months prior to submitting an application.
2. Membership must be paid in full ($15.00/Individual/year)
3. The requested funds must be of direct support to a person who has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy as verified by a statement of diagnosis.
4. If the purchase has already been completed, receipts in full must be provided to SCPA for all equipment, service(s), program(s), and/or item(s). Payment will be made directly to a vendor upon receiving an invoice or to our client upon presentation of proof of purchase.
5. Applications must be accompanied by a minimum of 2 letters of support written and signed by a professional; such as OT, Doctor, Therapist, Social Worker, Audiologist, etc. The letter must clearly state the applicant’s need for the equipment, service or program and explain how it will improve the applicant’s quality of life.
6. Applications must be accompanied by a statement of diagnosis from a physician or other acceptable medical report (Doctor, Therapist, Social Worker, Audiologist etc) clearly indicating that the applicant is diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
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