Hearing Aid Funding
There are several funding options available to help offset the price of Hearing Aids and assistive listening devices. At Davidson’s, we guide you through every step of this process and help you work with the applicable government agencies. As well, because hearing is so important to socialization and learning we have started a program for kids to help ensure that they can have hearing aids necessary for their development.
Assistive Devices Program
Since December 12, 1988 the Ontario Ministry of Health’s Assistive Devices Program (ADP) has paid a portion of the cost of hearing aids for all Ontario residents who need them. At the present time a grant is available for both left and right hearing aids.
Davidson’s Kids Program
We know that hearing well is very important, especially for children as they develop language. To help families with hard of hearing children, we offer greatly reduced costs for children 18 and under.
Ontario Disability Support Program
The Ontario government offers assistance for hearing aids through their MCSS, ODSP and ACSD programs. Davidson’s is a registered hearing aid provider of this program.
Veterans Affairs Canada
We have been helping veterans with their hearing for over 75 years. Whether you are looking for coverage for the first time or are ready to upgrade your current hearing aids, we can help.
Workers Compensation Boards
We are registered with the different workers compensation boards across Canada including the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) in Ontario. Whether it is for new hearing aids, service, repairs, or event starting a new claim, we can help.
Hearing Aid Rental Program
Find out how our hearing aid rental program offers low monthly costs on hearing aids. Starting from as little as $64 a month per ear, this might just be the solution you have been looking for.
Request a Callback
Whether you’re concerned about your hearing or a loved one’s hearing, it can be an overwhelming and confusing position to find yourself in. With so much conflicting and contradictory information available online, it can be confusing to know who to trust.
The good news is that we’re here to help.
If you have a question or would like some no-obligation professional advice, then simply complete this form and a member of our team will call you to answer your questions and offer you friendly support.
Remember, there’s no such thing as a silly question!
Have Questions About Hearing Loss?
Our Hearing Aid Guide was created to help you understand the implications of hearing loss and what is involved in choosing the right hearing aids. It will provide you with background information and prompt you to ask the right questions before making a final decision. Hopefully this guide helps you on your journey towards improved hearing.