Paid work can be a full-time or part-time job, a training program or running your own business.
Eligible family members include:
Children who are 18 years of age or older are not eligible.
The Transitional Health Benefit covers:
*If an ODSP recipient is eligible for the Transitional Health Benefit, a child or spouse who is 17 years or younger will continue to receive dental coverage through Healthy Smiles Ontario.
You will continue to receive the Transitional Health Benefit until your employer provides similar health benefits. You must notify your local Ontario Disability Support Program office if your circumstances change. We will also review your eligibility for the Transitional Health Benefit every year.
Contact your local Ontario Disability Support Program office. Your worker will first determine whether you are eligible for the Extended Health Benefit.
If you are not eligible for the Extended Health Benefit, your worker will determine whether you are eligible for the Transitional Health Benefit. We will send you a letter to tell you if you have been approved.
You can apply to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care's Trillium Drug Program for help with your prescription drug costs.
You can get an application for the Trillium Drug Program: