Dental Requests for Non-Registered Indigenous/Inuit Children

These requests usually start with a request for an assessment and then a second request based on the determined treatment plan.

In order to review a request for Dental Work/Surgery, we will require the following:

  1. Jordan’s Principle application with as much information about the child’s situation and the impact of not having this service or support (see attached) – ENSURE Parent’s Information (Names, Dates of Birth and Treaty Numbers) is very clear.
  2. For an assessment, we just need a copy of the quote for the initial cost of the assessment (should be based on NIHB costs and codes) and the contact information (email and phone number) for the Dentist Office who will be doing the work. The contact information allows us to set the Office up to be paid directly by Jordan’s Principle upon completion of the work and receipt of the invoice.
  3. For an assessment and initial work, we need the assessment/treatment plan (should be based on NIHB costs and codes) and the contact information (email and phone number) for the Dentist Office who will be doing the work.
  4. Once the assessment is completed and a treatment plan is determined, this request can be sent in by you (or the family), or the Dentist – we require an application form (ensure the parent has signed the consent section) and a copy of the treatment plan (should be based on NIHB codes and costs). At this point, we would already have a contact name for the Dentist Office.

If the request is approved, an approval email will be sent to the Requestor and the Dental Provider with an amount indicated and the work can proceed.  If the Dentist Office is not already a Vendor with Jordan’s Principle, we will send them forms to fill out so that they can bill us directly for services (rather than the client needing to pay for them first).  Once the work has been completed, an invoice can be sent to Jordan’s Principle to pay directly. 

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