Assistive Devices Program (ADP)

Navigating the world of hearing support can be daunting, but you’re not alone.

Hearing Aid Source is dedicated to offering you personalized care and comprehensive support to access the assistance you need. Here’s how we can partner with you through the Assistive Devices Program(ADP).

Ontario’s ADP helps residents with long-term hearing loss afford the hearing aids they need. If you have a valid health card and a disability requiring equipment for over six months, you could be entitled to $500 per ear once every 5 years. Exceptions to this rule is considered on a case-by-case basis.

We will guide you through the ADP’s process, ensuring you understand your responsibilities, like maintenance and repair costs not covered by the program.

Ready to learn more? Contact us to start your application journey.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I know if I'm eligible for the Assistive Devices Program (ADP)?

A: You may be eligible for ADP if you are an Ontario resident with a valid Ontario health card and have a documented, long-term hearing loss from a health professional. The ADP provides $500 per ear towards new hearing aids. Eligibility can be checked in-clinic if you are unsure when your last access was.

Q: Will this program cover the full cost of my hearing aids?

A: Coverage varies by program. Some may cover a set amount, while others may cover the cost in full depending on your eligibility. We can help you understand the specifics of your coverage.

Q: How often can I receive new hearing aids through this programs?

A: The frequency with which you can receive new hearing aids through these programs varies. Generally, replacement is covered if there's a change in your condition or if your current aids are no longer functioning and cannot be repaired at a reasonable cost.

Q: What if I need help with hearing aid repairs?

A: The ADP does not cover repair costs. However, we offer maintenance services for hearing aids and can help you understand the warranties and services available.

Q: Can I apply for assistance from more than one program?

A: You may be eligible for benefits from multiple programs, but typically you cannot receive overlapping financial support for the same expenses. We can help you navigate these details.

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Understanding the Assistive Devices Program (ADP) for Hearing Aids in Ontario

Hearing loss can significantly impact quality of life, affecting one’s ability to communicate and interact with others. Recognizing this, the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care operates the Assistive Devices Program (ADP), a crucial initiative that provides financial support for hearing aids to Ontario residents.