Hearing Aid Funding

Depending on your personal circumstances, there are various funding options available. Whether you're a private client, pensioner or workers compensation client we can assist to find the best option for you.

Funding Options

Federal Government Hearing Services Program - The Office of Hearing Services (OHS) manages the delivery of subsidised hearing services to eligible clients. A division of the Department of Health, the Office of Hearing Services allows clients to choose their hearing care provider. For more information about the OHS program, or to assess your elegibility please visit the Office of Hearing Services website 

National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) - The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) was first introduced in 2016 across the country. Its aim is to provide support and services for people with disability, their family and carers in Australia. The change in the existing disability support system is to create a more inclusive and accessible community for everyone. Support may include individual personal care, access to community services and therapies and essential equipment required.

National Hearing Care has the opportunity to partner with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to support those with hearing difficulties to live a better life and change for the better. We encourage you to check and see if you meet the access requirement and register as a participant in the scheme to receive support. For more information, visit the NDIS government website

Workers compensation - Noise exposure at work can affect your hearing. Worker compensation funding is state dependent. For advice, ask your local clinic.

Self-funded - Some, but not all private health insurance policies provide rebates for hearing aids. We recommend that you check your entitlements with your health fund before purchasing your hearing aids.