Depending on your personal circumstances, we have a number of funding options available. We can help private clients, pensioners and workers compensation clients find the best option for them. We even offer interest-free payment plans.
The Government's Hearing Services Program (HSP) aims to reduce the impact of hearing loss by providing those who are eligible with access to hearing services and devices.
In order to be eligible, you must hold one of the following pension cards: Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card, DVA (Department of Veteran Affairs) Pensioner Card, White Health Repatriation Card (for hearing loss) or Gold Health Repatriation Card. You are also eligible if you receive a Sickness Allowance or are a member of the Australian Defence Force.
For more information, visit the Hearing Services Program website
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) aims to provide funding for services to those who have permanent and significant disability as well as help and support for their family members and carers.
National Hearing Care is able to work with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to improve the quality of life for eligible participants who are experiencing difficulties with their hearing.
For more information, visit the National Disability Insurance Scheme website.
Workers compensation is a form of insurance payment to employees if they are injured or become sick due to their work. When it comes to hearing loss, noise exposure at work is a common cause.
Workers compensation is governed seperately by each state and territory. For more information, ask your local clinic.
At National Hearing Care, we recognise that hearing aids can be costly, but we see them as an investment in your overall health.
To make things easier, we now offer interest-free payment plans over 12, 24 or 36 months, meaning bringing back the sounds you know and love is more affordable than ever.
National Hearing Care have partnered with FlexiGroup Limited to offer our customers a simple and convenient way to purchase hearing aids and pay for them over time.
You can fill out an application form at your closest clinic and we will let you know if you've been approved on the spot. For more information, visit the Humm website or read the Humm terms and conditions.