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Why Join CADA?

CADA members support research, education and development of professional skills that enhance patient safety and improved quality of care.

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Latest CADA News:

Bring Ontario’s Assistive Devices Program into the 21st Century

The latest release from Associate Minister of Small Business and Red Tape Reduction notes that the upcoming e-submissions portal will reduce turnaround time on assistive devices applications to 1-2 weeks.

To see the full media release, click HERE

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     Membership Benefits

  • Government Advocacy

  • Stakeholder Engagement

  • Communications

  • Professional Networking

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CADA Ontario Vendors Council

This Vendors-only Council collaborates on the goals and issues faced by Ontario vendors and helps prioritize CADA's advocacy with ADP. The Vendors Council is free with CADA Membership. If you'd like to join the Council please contact us: info@cadaonline.ca.








 

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CADA ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH NRRTS

The CANADIAN ASSISTIVE DEVICES ASSOCIATION (CADA) is proud to announce their partnership with the NATIONAL REGISTRY of REHABILITATION TECHNOLOGY SUPPLIERS (NRRTS) in the development of a Canadian standard for our industry partners.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL PRESS RELEASE

December Newsletter

See what your industry's association is doing for you.

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Canadian Assistive Devices Association


“The Canadian Assistive Devices Association will strengthen the assistive devices industry in Canada for the benefit of all members through advocacy, coordinated representation at all government levels, and business-building networking opportunities.”

The Canadian Assistive Devices Association (CADA) represents Canada’s manufacturers, distributors and vendors of assistive devices and supplies. The products include items such as wheelchairs, walkers, incontinence products, hearing aids, masks, gloves, portable oxygen supply devices, patient transfer systems, enteral feeding devices, prosthetics and orthotics.

CADA’s mission is to enhance independence through the provision of assistive devices to Canadians with disabilities. CADA believes that access to high quality, healthcare technology is critical to improving the independence of Canadians.

 
  • Goal of the CADA Code of Conduct
  • Research and Education
  • Safe and Effective Use of Assistive Devices
  • Sponsored Product Training and Education
  • Grants and Other Charitable Donations

As a CADA Member, your company has exclusive access to:

  • Intelligence about current and emerging policy and the regulatory environment
  • highly relevant, timely education for you and your employees that supports your company's competitiveness and sustainability
  • sector-specific information that directly affects the bottom line for your business.

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