People who are DVA recipients and pensioners can opt for a free pair of hearing aids.
Online PR News – 25-July-2016 – Queensland – Hearing Aid Centre provides pensioners and DVA recipients with free hearing aids. People can obtain pensioner hearing aids by acquiring a voucher. Hearing Aid Centre can provide pensioners with a voucher application, they can obtain one from their doctor, or fill out and download a form from the Department of Health and Aging’s site.
The Eligibility Check List
In order to qualify for free hearing aids, people need to determine their eligibility. They can use the list below to determine if they are eligible to receive free hearing aids or not:
Are their eligible to receive a hearing service voucher?
Where can they obtain a hearing service voucher?
Do they meet all the requirements listed in the forms?
If they meet all the criteria for obtaining free hearing aids, their next step would be to make an appointment with Hearing Aid Centre to receive their free of cost hearing aids.
The List of Documents Pensioners Require
Pensioners require having the following documents:
Gold Repatriation Health Card
Pensioner Concession Card
Receipt of a sickness stipend
White card issued for hearing loss
Hearing Aid Centre Can Help Fill Out the Paperwork
According to the spokesperson of the company, “We can help pensioners fill out the paperwork correctly. If they require any assistance in filling out all the required sections, we are there to lend a hand. They can visit us if they require help. Together, we will fill and submit the paper work. Next, we will issue a voucher, a directory list, and a copy of your voucher.”
Why Should Pensioners Visit Hearing Aid Centre?
Hearing Aid Centre offers advice and consultation to individuals requiring the use of hearing aids to listen sharper and clearer. The spokesperson continued, “We have the resources and the expertise to determine which hearing aid suits your needs, we also have a clear understanding of the extra hearing aid features and the benefits of a top up device, and we can provide you with useful information about the hearing aids voucher.”
Presently, the company supplies six different types of hearing aids, SoundLens, Xino, Hearing aids featuring iPhone connectivity, Halo, directional microphones, and open ear fittings. They also offer free maintenance of hearing aids for pensioners.
People can visit their centre to receive a hearing test performed by one of their professional staff members. Additionally, they encourage residents to come in for a hearing test, especially in the late stages of their life.
About the Company
Located on the Gold Coast, Advanced Hearing Aid Centre is a privately owned company that offers private and professional services in hearing care including hearing tests, diagnosis, hearing aids, and customised hearing plugs. It is one of the recognized leaders in the industry of hearing aid services.
Address: The Wharf Building, Shop 3, 129 Laver Drive. Robina QLD 4226
Phone Number: 07 5575 7899