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Ontario Expands Dental, Prescription Eligibility for Low-Income Seniors

May 12, 2021
by Toronto Sun


Ontario is making it easier for residents aged 65 and older to qualify for dental care and prescriptions programs designed for low-income seniors.

The income threshold is increasing for both the Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program and the Seniors Co-Payment Program as of Aug. 1, the Doug Ford government announced Tuesday.

The new eligibility threshold will be an annual income of $19,300 to $22,000 for individuals and a combined income of $32,300 to $37,100 for a couple.

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1 Comment » for Ontario Expands Dental, Prescription Eligibility for Low-Income Seniors
  1. Maurice Aube says:

    How do they expect senior for dental low income average 37.000 a year for couple
    how do they figure this out we only make about 39.000 rent to pay and food so who can aford this
    whoever figure this out is full of B>S so open your eyes and give senior a break

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