A-25, r. 14 - Regulation respecting the reimbursement of certain expenses

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10.1. Expenses incurred for purposes of receiving physiotherapy treatment qualify for reimbursement up to a maximum amount of $55 per treatment session.
Expenses incurred for purposes of receiving at home a treatment covered by this section qualify for reimbursement when the victim is in a physical state such that the victim is incapable of travel. Those expenses qualify for reimbursement up to a maximum amount of $65 per treatment session.
O.C. 1138-2009, s. 2; O.C. 203-2015, s. 1; 677-2017O.C. 677-2017, s. 2.
10.1. Expenses incurred for purposes of receiving physiotherapy or occupational therapy treatment qualify for reimbursement up to 15 prescribed treatment sessions.
These expenses qualify for reimbursement up to a maximum amount of $50 per physiotherapy treatment session and $36 per occupational therapy treatment session.
Expenses incurred for purposes of receiving at home a treatment covered by this section qualify for reimbursement when the victim is in a physical state such that the victim is incapable of travel. Home treatment qualifies for reimbursement up to a maximum amount of $60 per physiotherapy treatment session and $54 per occupational therapy treatment session.
From 24 September 2015, the maximum amount qualifying for reimbursement per physiotherapy treatment session is $55. In the case of a home physiotherapy treatment, the amount is $65.
O.C. 1138-2009, s. 2; O.C. 203-2015, s. 1.
10.1. Expenses incurred for purposes of receiving physiotherapy or occupational therapy treatment qualify for reimbursement up to 15 prescribed treatment sessions.
These expenses qualify for reimbursement up to a maximum amount of $36 per treatment session.
Expenses incurred for purposes of receiving at home a treatment covered by this section qualify for reimbursement when the victim is in a physical state such that the victim is incapable of travel. Home treatment qualifies for reimbursement up to a maximum amount of $54 per treatment session.
O.C. 1138-2009, s. 2.