Hearing aids are a significant investment in your hearing health. For those eligible, there may be ways to reduce the cost of hearing aids and services. The Can:Do Hearing team will be able to assist should you be unsure.
Hearing Services Program (HSP)
The Federal government hearing service program (HSP) manages the delivery of hearing services and subsidised hearing aids to eligible clients. If you hold a Centrelink pension card or a DVA gold card or white card specifying hearing, you may be eligible. To access this service you need to fill in a voucher application from the Office of Hearing Services, click here to check your eligibility.
National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
The aim of the NDIS is to support people with a permanent and significant disability that affects their ability to take part in everyday activities. Can:Do Hearing is an accredited NDIS provider should you be eligible for Hearing Services via NDIS.
Private Health Insurance
If you have private health insurance extras cover, you may be eligible for a refund depending on your level of cover. Independent Audiologists Australia publish a private health fund comparison table here.
Industrial Deafness Compensation
If you have a worked in a noisy environment you may be entitled to an industrial deafness claim. Can:Do Hearing has the expertise to help guide you through this process. If your claim is successful your entitlements are paid for by the insurer and not the employer.
Fee for Service
If you are not eligible for the Hearing Services program then Can:Do Hearing offers hearing services and devices as a fee for service option.
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