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Daily living aids

Subsidy funding is available under the Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme (MASS) to support eligible Queenslanders who require daily living aids.

Available daily living aids

Eligible prescribers

Occupational therapists, physiotherapists and rehabilitation engineers are eligible to prescribe. In rural and remote areas, a registered nurse can prescribe (with designated specialist endorsement).

How to prescribe

Specific eligibility, application and documentation requirements are provided in the MASS General Guidelines (PDF, 474kB) and application guidelines relevant to the type of aid. Prescribers conduct specialist assessments to determine the aids and equipment needs of clients. Prescribers can access MASS stock equipment for a maximum two week trial if they intend to prescribe the aid for an eligible client.

Once a suitable device has been selected, prescribers work with the client to complete and submit the MASS 20 DLA/MOB - Daily Living Aids and Mobility Equipment Application Form (PDF, 786kB) and the Application Form specific to the type of device.

Daily living aid application guidelines (including current subsidy amounts)

Daily living application forms

Equipment letter templates

MASS WAREHOUSE STOCK (updated weekly)

  • MASS 26 - Request to Trial MASS Stock Equipment (PDF, 458kB)
  • Process for requesting MASS stock equipment trial (PDF, 20kB)
  • Standing Offer Arrangements (SOA) - daily living aid products and suppliers


    Advice and clinical support

    Information for applicants

    Find out about:

    Products and suppliers

    Find a list of Standing Offer Arrangement (SOA) daily living aids and suppliers.


    Find fact sheets and videos to help clients with setting up, using and maintaining their daily living aid.

    Last Updated: 07 January 2016
    Last Reviewed: 07 January 2016