During your scheduled hearing test (also known as a hearing assessment or audiogram), a regulated audiologist or Hearing Aid Specialist will ask about your hearing difficulties, your lifestyle, and your health in general.
Your audiologist or Hearing Aid Specialist will also look in your ears with an otoscope and complete a variety of hearing tests using a soundproof booth. These procedures are not invasive, nor painful.
If you decide to try hearing aids, a no-cost and no-obligation Hearing Aid Evaluation (HAE) will be scheduled for you.
A regulated audiologist or Hearing Aid Specialist will complete a customized prescription to suit your hearing loss, lifestyle, needs and budget.
Should you wish to place an order for hearing aids, a one-hour fitting will be scheduled with your audiologist or Hearing Aid Specialist when your order is ready (2-5 business days).
If you qualify for the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care’s Assistive Device Program (ADP) to receive up to $500 per hearing aid, you will be given an ADP form for your family physician’s signature.
For more information about the ADP program or to find out if you qualify, please feel free to contact us.
At your hearing aid fitting, your audiologist or Hearing Aid Specialist will program your hearing aids and provide you with instructions on care and use to ensure you get the most out of your investment.
If you qualify for the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care’s Assistive Device Program (ADP) to receive up to $500 per hearing aid, the ADP form, signed by your family physician, will be required in order to apply the grant to your final invoice.
A series of follow-up appointments will be scheduled with your audiologist or Hearing Aid Specialist to ensure your ongoing satisfaction.
From the time of the fitting, HearCanada offers a 60-day trial period on all hearing aids and assistive listening devices. If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, a full refund will be provided (less the grant and custom ear molds, if applicable).