I disagree with an ODSP decision. What can I do?

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Long delays for appeal hearings

If you’re appealing a decision made by OW or ODSP in 2020, your appeal hearing may not happen for a long time. People report that they’re getting hearing dates from the that are between 9 and 16 months in the future. We’ll update this information as things change.

If you disagree with a decision about from the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP), you may be able to appeal to the Social Benefits Tribunal (SBT).

To appeal means that you ask the SBT to decide that the decision is wrong.

The SBT is not part of ODSP and has the power to make a different decision.

Before you start your appeal, make sure you:

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