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Private health insurance can also provide coverage options to supplement government funding. If you’d like to discuss hearing aids and audiological care, check your coverage before coming in for an appointment.

Hearing aids can enrich a person’s life and spread positivity to the people around them. These compact devices can significantly reduce the effects of hearing loss, but there’s a process to follow. It takes some getting used to, as your ears and brain get familiar with the new range of sounds. By monitoring and fine-tuning the devices, the benefits increase over time.

How Port Credit Audiology Can Help:

We are licensed to provide services for government and insurance programs, such as:

  • Assistive Devices Program (ADP)
  • Worker’s Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
  • Veteran’s Affairs Canada (VAC)
  • Ontario Disability and Support Program (ODSP)
  • Ontario Works (OW)
  • Private extended health or benefits coverage plans with hearing and/or audiology coverage
  • Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP)

Hearing aids and their accessories are considered tax-deductible medical expenses, as long as they are prescribed by a registered audiologist. These items are eligible for tax deductions:

  • Hearing aids
  • Batteries
  • Out-of-warranty repair costs
  • Supplemental accessories, such as TV streamers
A wireless hearing aid accessory

Request a Callback

It’s not always easy to find the information you need, especially for hearing aids and hearing loss treatment. It’s best to talk directly to professionals.

Port Credit Audiology is here to guide you through the process.

Once you fill out the form below, a member of our team will reach out to you. There’s no pressure or obligation. We are here to answer your questions and offer professional guidance.

We are here to support you.

If you want to chat with us right away, call our offices at (905) 990-3755 .

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