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You may not be aware that your insurance or provincial support covers catheters!
Often, all you need is:
A prescription from your doctor
A letter from your doctor explaining why you need a better catheter
The type of insurance you have
The province you live in
The reason why you need to use a catheter
Click here to read on the Disability Tax Credit available to Canadians.
Brent is 25 and was injured in a motorcycle accident. In this video he explains all the steps he has been through to get his catheters covered and is giving feedback he wants to share with other users.
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