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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