- Aids to Daily Living Appeals
- Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped Appeals
- Child Care Licensing Appeals
- Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Appeals
- Family Support for Children with Disabilities Appeals
- Income and Employment Supports Appeals
- Persons with Developmental Disabilities Appeals
- Protection for Persons in Care Appeals
- Seniors Benefit Appeals
- Special Needs Assistance Appeals
- Supportive Living Accommodations Licensing Appeals
You have the right to appeal
If you don’t agree with a decision about the cost-sharing arrangement under the Alberta Aids to Daily Living (ADL).
If you have a concern with respect to adult facilities under the Supportive Living Accommodation Licensing Act.
If you do not agree or are unhappy with the Director’s decision regarding a report of abuse that has been investigated by a Protection for Persons in Care (PPC) investigator.
If you are an individual who is receiving services or has applied to receive services from Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) and is affected by a decision of the Director respecting those services (if the decision is not exempt from appeal). The following is listed in the Regulation of areas that are exempt from appeal:
- A decision to enter into a contract with a service provider,
- A decision to terminate a contract with a service provider, or
- A decision to amend a contract with a service provider.
If you are an individual who has been affected by a decision under the Child, Youth and Family Enhancement Act (CYFE), Family Support for Children with Disabilities Act (FSCD) or Child Care Licensing Act (CCL).