We offer the most competitive pricing. We cover hearing aids from all manufactures so that we can determine the best device for your life style needs, price and hearing loss.
True Hearing is an accredited provider with the Office of Hearing Services and our hearing clinic staff can advise whether you are eligible for free or government discounted services. We will also help fill out your application paperwork and answer any questions about relevant entitlement schemes.
Private Health Insurance contributes towards the costs associated with the purchase of hearing instruments depending on the level of cover that you have. Many health funds list hearing aids under ancillary benefits coverage. You may be able to claim as much as $1200 towards the cost of hearing aids from Australian health funds.
You don’t need a doctor’s referral to visit our hearing clinics, however some private health funds may ask for a referral letter before they pay benefits for audiology. As each health insurance policy is different, we recommend that you contact your health insurance provider directly to determine your eligibility for rebates.
If your net medical expenses (including the cost of hearing aids) are over $2000, you can claim an offset of 20 per cent in your tax return. For further information please call the Tax Info Line on 13 28 61.
We will explore your funding options to ensure that you can access the best technology to suit your needs with the least possible out-of-pocket expenses.