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We’re committed to keeping you up to date with the latest information and informed of any changes that may impact how you access hearing services.   

The Australian Government has confirmed that children and young adults under 26 years of age, and eligible adults with complex needs, will continue to receive government funded hearing services through Hearing Australia beyond 1 July 2020. The Government has also confirmed that, if you’re eligible for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), you may be able to receive funding for additional reasonable and necessary supports that are not available through Hearing Australia.  

The questions and answers below are designed to help you understand more about what this means for you and your family.  

  • Children & young adults under 26 years eligible for Hearing Services Program  Click here.
  • Australians aged 26 - 64 years eligible for Hearing Services Community Service Obligation (CSO) Program Click here.
  • Australians aged 26 - 64 years eligible for Voucher Program Click here.
  • NDIS participants with an NDIS plan and not eligible for Hearing Services Program Click here.

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If you’d like to talk about your services, or go through your options, please call our hearing centre team on 134 432 or email us at enquiry@hearing.com.au

What is the NDIS?
What hearing services are available under the Hearing Services Program (HSP)?
What additional supports might be funded under the NDIS?
How does the NDIS affect Hearing Australia clients?
Children and young adults under 26 years old eligible for the Hearing Services Program
Australians aged 26 to 64 eligible for the Hearing Services Community Service Obligations (CSO) Program
Australians aged 26 to 64 years eligible for the Hearing Services Voucher Program
NDIS participants with an NDIS plan and not eligible for the Hearing Services Program after 1 July 2020