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Hearing Aid Financing Options

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Flexible Financing Options to Purchase Hearing Aids

 

Cost of Hearing Aids

At NexGen Hearing, we understand that hearing aids may be an investment that not everyone prepares for. The price of hearing aids can start as low as $995 each. With more advanced technology and features the cost of premium hearing aids can be upwards from $3000 each.

Affordability does not need to be a barrier anymore

We are pleased to offer our Hearing Aid Financing program. After a short application, you can be approved on the spot. When you finance your hearing aids our consultants will work with you to create a tailor-made solution to suit your budget. Your financing plan can range anywhere from 3-36 months.

Lease-to-Hear™ Program

As one of the first hearing aid retailers to offer a leasing program, we’re delighted to provide a complete range of hearing aid styles and technology levels within this program. Depending on your requirements, a hearing device customized for your lifestyle will be fitted for you for as little as $59 per month per hearing aid! This package includes our ongoing support services.

Lease-to-Hear

Lease to Hear program

Don’t let hearing loss slow you down. Our Lease-to-Hear package allows you to purchase a hearing device just right for you. Lease your hearing aids today and enjoy the sounds of life!

90 day free trial

Free 21-day trial. If you decide to try hearing aids, enjoy a free 21-day no money down trial. Followed by an additional 69-day risk free return period in which you get to trial the aids, or even try another pair, before you make your final decision.

Some conditions apply. Ask for details.

NexGen Hearing offers a variety of financing options to facilitate the purchase of hearing aids

 

Lease-to-Hear™ Program

As one of the first hearing aid retailers to offer a leasing program, we’re delighted to provide a complete range of hearing aid styles and technology levels within this program. Depending on your requirements, a hearing device customized for your lifestyle will be fitted for you for as little as $59 per month per hearing aid! This package includes our ongoing support services.

 

Financing

Twelve months at zero percent interest. Our financing option allows you to purchase your hearing aids with a minimal 35% down payment, followed by 12 equal installments at zero percent interest on the remaining balance.

Lease-to-Hear

Lease to hear program

Don’t let hearing loss slow you down. Our Lease-To-Hear package allow you to purchase a hearing device just right for you. Lease your hearing aids today and enjoy the sounds of life!

90 day free trial

Some conditions apply. Ask for details.

Hearing Assistance Programs

Available Programs

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Extended Benefits
Your employer’s insurance plan may also include an annual or bi-annual subsidy for hearing aids for you and your dependents, to cover some or all of the expenses related to the purchase of hearing aids.
In-house Donation Program

Our clinicians donate their time to refurbish donated hearings aids and fit clients in critical financial need. We know hearing aids are an investment that can be out of reach for some. We will do everything in our power to help you get the hearing aids you need.

Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation

If you are receiving social assistance or taking part in an Employment Program for Persons with Disabilities (looking for work, training program or at risk to lose job due to hearing loss), the Canadian Government will pay for hearing aids and in some cases a supply of batteries.

Third Party Organization Coverage*

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Veterans Affairs Canada

Based on VAC policy, qualified veterans, former and current members of the Canadian Forces (CF), former and current members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), as well as their dependents, survivors, and some civilians, qualify for VAC health benefits.

Please see this page for details on the application process.

If you have a condition called tinnitus (ringing in the ears) you may also be eligible for a tinnitus pension.

Part of the WorkSafeBC Provider Network
First Nations and Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB)

If you are eligible for FNIHB Non-Insured Health Benefits (status card), hearing aids and accessories is one of the covered benefits for you and your eligible dependents.

As a registered vendor, a NexGen Hearing consultant will advise you regarding your eligibility for these programs. If you are accepted following the application process, we will prescribe and fit you with appropriate amplification within the terms specified by third party programs.

*Some clients may qualify for hearing aid coverage via these third party organizations

Available Programs

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Extended Benefits
Your employer’s insurance plan may also include an annual or bi-annual subsidy for hearing aids for you and your dependents, to cover some or all of the expenses related to the purchase of hearing aids.
In-house Donation Program

Our clinicians donate their time to fit one financially deprived client per month with a used hearing aid donated by previous clients for this purpose. This program supports our commitment to never turn anyone who is hard of hearing away without help.

Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation

If you are receiving social assistance or taking part in an Employment Program for Persons with Disabilities (looking for work, training program or at risk to lose job due to hearing loss), the Canadian Government will pay for hearing aids and in some cases a supply of batteries.

Third Party Organization Coverage*

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Veterans Affairs Canada

Based on VAC policy, qualified veterans, former and current members of the Canadian Forces (CF), former and current members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), as well as their dependents, survivors, and some civilians, qualify for VAC health benefits.

Please see this page for details on the application process.

If you have a condition called tinnitus (ringing in the ears) you may also be eligible for a tinnitus pension.

Part of the WorkSafeBC Provider Network
First Nations and Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB)

If you are eligible for FNIHB Non-Insured Health Benefits (status card), hearing aids and accessories is one of the covered benefits for you and your eligible dependents.

As a registered vendor, a NexGen Hearing consultant will advise you regarding your eligibility for these programs. If you are accepted following the application process, we will prescribe and fit you with appropriate amplification within the terms specified by third party programs.

*Some clients may qualify for hearing aid coverage via these third party organizations

Fitting a hearing aid
Hearing aid

Hearing Aid Donations

NexGen Hearing clinicians provide hearing care to those who might otherwise not experience the gift of hearing. The clinicians check to make sure the donated hearing aids work, clean the device and replace any parts that sit in the ear. Qualified recipients are then matched with a hearing aid donation. You can can gift of hearing by donating functioning hearing aids at a clinic near you.

Volunteer hours to fit hearing aids and improve lives

Number of sanitized and refurbished hearing devices

Veterans Affairs Canada

Part of the WorkSafeBC provider network

Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation