ADP & Hearing Aids
This program is open to all Ontario residents with a valid Ontario Health card and who are in need of a hearing aid(s) and or/a hearing assistance device.
The Government of Ontario through the Assistance Device Program (ADP) will pay for a hearing device when you qualify for the Assistive Devices Program.
To qualify, you must:
- be an Ontario resident
- have a valid Ontario health card
- have a disability requiring a hearing device for six months or longer
The Government of Ontario does not consider your income.
Who does not qualify?
You do not qualify, if you:
- already qualify for or are receiving financial support from the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) for the same hearing device.
- are a Group “A” veteran and already qualify for or are receiving financial support from Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) for the same hearing device
Amount covered (source: ADP Website):
If you qualify, and your application is approved, the Government of Ontario covers 75% of the cost of:
- hearing aids up to a maximum amount of $500 for each type of aid
- FM systems up to a maximum of $1,350
You pay the rest of the cost.
To find out more please visit: https://www.ontario.ca/page/hearing-devices
How do I get these benefits?
You can contact us today for an appointment to get the necessary documents required for Assistive Devices Program (ADP). To find the closest Hometown Hearing Centre near you, click here to see our locations.