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Hearing Aids

Hearing aids can change your life.

Hearing aids can change the lives of those with hearing loss. They can improve confidence, health, wellbeing and relationships. The hearing aid is a sophisticated medical device that should be tailored, calibrated and customised to your hearing loss.

A hearing aid can help you perform everyday tasks with ease and are fully customisable to create the comfort you need in your life. The more challenging your needs, the more sophisticated the technology in your hearing aid.

But hearing aids are just one part of the solution. Fitting and calibration are equally important to achieve the best possible results. That’s why our service, expertise and knowledge is comprehensive and thorough – we pride ourselves on making sure your hearing aids are correctly set up, just for you, using world-leading best practices.

“In my 15 years as an Audiologist, the most successful hearing aid wearers are those who are motivated and want to be helped.”
– Andrew Glynn, Founder and Principal Audiologist.

With over 2,200 different hearing aids available in Australia, it’s nearly impossible to know what solution is best. Our unique assessment process identifies the top hearing devices across five pricing categories.

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Frequently asked questions.

Do I need a referral?

You don’t need a referral to fit a hearing aid. However, we may need to seek approval from your doctor if you have hearing loss due to medical issues, such as recurring ear infections.

What are my funding options?

There are a number of funding options available depending on your individual circumstances. We suggest reading our Funding Options page here to get more information.

Do I need to insure my hearing aids?

Most insurance companies will allow you to have your hearing aids replaced if they are lost or stolen. Our advice is to contact the insurer who looks after your house and contents insurance and make an enquiry.

We can work directly with insurance companies if you are making a claim.

How much do hearing aids cost?

This is a common question. A hearing aid will cost between $725 – $4,500 each. If you are a Veteran, on an eligible Pension, or have extras on your private health insurance, you are eligible for discounts and rebates. Check out our funding options page.

At Hear in Karingal, we focus on helping you select the right hearing aid based on your hearing challenges and lifestyle.

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Questions?

Talk to our friendly team.