Third Party Funding

We are proud that third party funders have approved funding for the ACTIVATOR Poles including:

  • Veteran’s Affairs Canada – Veteran’s Independence Program – under POC1
  • Insurance Corporation of BC – Rehabilitation Clients

In a case by case basis

  • Extended Health Benefits
  • Ontario Disabilities Support Programs – under discretionary benefits
  • Ministry – independence & mobility around the home
  • Workplace Safety Insurance Corporation
  • Soldier ON – for returning veterans with injuries or disabilities – recreation and rehabilitation
  • Auto Insurance Companies
  • Workplace Wellness Programs
  • Mobility Aids Funded by the March of Dimes ADP Program

Check with your insurance company for funding. Click on here for our ACTIVATOR Poles Justification Letter to be signed by your physician or therapist or other recognized health care professional under your insurance plan.

Request an Estimate for ACTIVATOR Poles

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Provide variety in your routine, try double poling

Use the standard rhythm and technique, but swing both arms forward at the same time planting the boot tips slightly behind the handles. Then, keeping your arms straight, press down on the base of the handles, walk between your poles and feel your arms extend past your thighs and behind your body.
Barb Gormley, Director of Education

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