Authorizers and vendors work with AADL clients who have a long-term disability, chronic illness or terminal illness so they can maintain independence within their communities.
Before providing AADL program services to Albertans, authorizers and vendors must be approved by AADL. This includes understanding how the AADL program works, what benefits AADL will provide funding for and client eligibility criteria.
Authorizers and vendors are responsible for ensuring:
- AADL clients receive benefits that meet their clinically-assessed needs
- clients are educated on their roles and responsibilities within the program
- clients understand what they are authorized for
- clients understand the benefits they receive and any amount they are required to pay
General AADL administration information for authorizers and vendors.
Authorizer information and training
Learn how to become an authorizer and find the training resources you need.
Information on becoming a vendor, pricing and quantity explanations and specific benefit details.
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