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Ask your physician or pharmacist if your medications may qualify for Exception Drug Status.
Your eligibility is determined by age and the income reported on your income tax return filed with the Canada Revenue Agency. You must:
If you pay less than $25 per prescription, you will continue to do so. For example, if your medication is $25 per prescription under the Seniors' Drug Plan, but $11 under the Special Support program, you will continue to pay $11 for that prescription.
There will be no change in coverage for those seniors who have drug coverage under:
Each eligible senior can apply to the program by completing the application at the following links:
You can apply for the Seniors' Drug Plan up to two months before you turn 65:
If your annual income changes during the coverage period, you may send a written request for a reassessment of coverage to the ministry's Drug Plan and Extended Benefits Branch, Seniors' Drug Plan.
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