Yes, it is free and you do not need a referral for the hearing test.
Hearing aid trails are available, but it has to be purchased first and there is a restocking fee if they are fully returned.
Yes, but they only cover a portion of the cost. ADP covers $500 per ear.
Yes, if you have WSIB (Workplace Safety & Insurance Board), ODSP (Ontario Disability Support Program), VAC (Veteran Affairs Canada), or OW (Ontario Works) you may be eligible for additional funding. If you have private insurance such as Manulife, you may may also be eligible for additional coverage.
Do you offer free repairs, adjustments and tune-ups if the hearing aid is not purchased from your clinic?
Yes, repairs and adjustments are free. However, if the hearing aid cannot be fixed in the clinic, there will be a charge.
There is a mandatory 1-2 week follow-up once the hearing aid has been purchased. We recommend coming back at least once a year to do a hearing test so that we can update your prescription if necessary.
It varies since there are many factors at play. For instance, the size of the battery, the daily usage and the use of a streamer or remote all affect the battery life. However, the average battery usually lasts on average, between 4 and 10 days.
The cost of hearing aids varies depending on which line of hearing aids you wish to purchase.
The most common reason a hearing aid is not working is that the battery is dead or the speaker is covered by earwax. Try changing the battery and cleaning the speaker. If that does not solve the issue, book an appointment with your specialist for help.