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Series of clinics taking place to help low-income seniors learn about publicly-funded dental care program

A series of clinics taking place in our area is aimed at helping low-income seniors learn about a publicly-funded dental care program.

The clinics are being put on by Huron-Perth Public Health and they cover the Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program.

The OSDCP provides free, routine dental services to seniors aged 65 years and over who meet the required income conditions and do not have access to any other form of dental benefits.

To help eligible seniors enrol in the OSDCP, Huron Perth Public Health are holding drop-in application days in the area, including on in Stratford on Friday, March 20th.

You can visit the HPPH’s website to learn more.

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