70. For the purposes of the first and second paragraphs of section 68, the written medical prescription shall, at a minimum, confirm the insured person’s physical deficiency and disability, and it shall also state the need for a device.
Furthermore, for the purposes of subparagraph 7 of the first paragraph of section 51, the written medical prescription shall also confirm that the insured person has a degenerative deficiency of the musculoskeletal system, that his residual abilities are such that he can still independently use the manual wheel chair that may be allocated to him and that such wheel chair is required to maintain those residual abilities.
For the purposes of subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph of section 53, the written medical prescription shall also confirm that the insured person has a severe insufficiency defined in the fifth or sixth paragraph of section 53, as determined in the circumstances provided for in that section, and shall confirm that the insufficiency is associated with a physical deficiency within the meaning of this Title, that the insured person is able to use a powered wheel chair independently and that, owing to the confirmed insufficiency associated with the physical deficiency, and notwithstanding optimal medical treatment, he is unable to use a manual wheel chair or a lightweight manual wheel chair independently.
O.C. 612-94, s. 70; O.C. 1334-98, s. 36.