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Funding for hearing aids may also be provided by WSIB, DVA, ODSP, OW and FNIH. To find out if you qualify, please see the links below or contact our audiologist.
If you have private insurance (e.g. a health insurance plan provided by your employer) you may be able to seek reimbursement for the cost of hearing aids through your benefit plan. The level of coverage varies depending on your plan. You can contact your group insurance provider to determine eligibility and your level of coverage.
A hearing aid and related services from Toronto Family Hearing can cost approximately $1000-$3400 per ear, after OHIP coverage. These prices represent the total out-of-pocket cost for patients, and typically include dispensing/fitting services, batteries, warranties and follow-up appointments. For more information please make an appointment with our Audiologist.
Hearing aids are classified as medical devices so they are exempt from HST. In fact, any portion you pay out of pocket might qualify as a claim when filing your income taxes. Click here for more information from the Canada Revenue Agency.
Anytime you need or want to hear what is going on around you, you should wear your wearing aids. Hearing aids can help you feel comfortable in situations that challenge your hearing ability.