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Disability Adjudication Unit

The Disability Adjudication Unit (DAU) is part of the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP).

The DAU decides whether you meet the ODSP definition of a person with a disability.

They don’t interview you or give you a medical examination. 

They make their decision using the information they get from you and the health professionals who complete forms about your disability.

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