What is a medical review date for ODSP?
Question & AnswerWhat is a medical review date for ODSP?
5. Get a decision
When the gets your completed Medical Review Package, they:
- look at the information, and
- decide whether you still meet the Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) definition of a person with a disability.
They let you know their decision by sending you a letter in the mail.
If the Disability Adjudication Unit says that you’re still a “person with a disability”, your continues with no change.
If the Disability Adjudication Unit says you’re not a “person with a disability”
You’ll continue to get income support for 3 months. But after the 3 months, ODSP cuts off your income support.
You may be able to appeal the decision. But first you have to write to the Disability Adjudication Unit and ask for an .
After you’ve asked for an internal review, you can appeal to the .
How to appeal a decision about OW or ODSP
This flowchart explains what to do if you don't agree with a decision, how to ask for a review, and how the appeal process works.
For help appealing the decision, you may want to contact your local community legal clinic.