5. Get a decision

The Ontario Human Rights Commission has released their latest take on mandatory vaccines, passports and testing, here: http://www.ohrc.on.ca/en/news_centre/ohrc-policy-statement-covid-19-vaccine-mandates-and-proof-vaccine-certificates. In light of this update, and the new directives that the Province released a few weeks ago, we are in the process of updating our covid testing content. Please re-visit the site to access the updated content when it is available.

The looks at the information that you send in and decides whether you meet the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) definition of a “person with a disability”.

They’ll let you know by sending you a letter in the mail.

If the Disability Adjudication Unit says that you’re a “person with a disability”, they tell your local ODSP office so that ODSP can start to pay you .

If the Disability Adjudication Unit says that you’re not a “person with a disability”, you may be able to appeal that decision.

For help appealing the decision, you may want to contact your local community legal clinic.

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