Who is eligible for Australian Hearing services?

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Adults

  • Pensioner Concession Card holders.
  • Department of Veterans’ Affairs Gold Repatriation Health Card holders.
  • Department of Veterans’ Affairs White Repatriation Health Card holders specifying hearing loss.
  • Recipients of a sickness allowance from Centrelink.

  • Dependents of a person in one of the above categories.
  • Members of the Australian Defence Forces.
  • Referred clients of an Australian Government-funded vocational rehabilitation service.
  • Some NDIS participants with hearing needs.

Eligible adults in the above categories need to apply for a Voucher (which entitles you to subsidised hearing services).

Australian Hearing can also see the following adults (a Voucher is not required for these groups):

  • All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples aged over 50.
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples participating in the Remote Jobs and Communities Program
  • An adult client who meets the Voucher program eligibility criteria and has a profound hearing loss or hearing loss and severe communication impairment
  • A person who meets the Voucher program eligibility criteria, and lives in a remote area of Australia.

For more information, including how to obtain a service, call 131 797.

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