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Hearing services

Image of older gentleman with his head on the side and his eyebrows raised. Text reads: Mishearing speech could be a sign of hearing loss.There are a range of services and devices available to veterans to help manage hearing loss.

These services are made available to you through the following programs:

The majority of hearing services for veterans are provided through the HSP — the same program used by non-veterans to access hearing services.

However, there are some hearing services and devices that are only provided to veterans through the Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) — at no cost — through the RAP and Tinnitus Program.

Get started

To get you started, we have a step-by-step guide: Access hearing services.

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Disclaimer

The information contained in this document is general in nature and does not take into account individual circumstances. You should not make important decisions, such as those that affect your financial or lifestyle position, on the basis of information contained in this document. Where you are required to lodge a written claim for a benefit, you must take full responsibility for your decisions prior to the written claim being determined. You should seek confirmation in writing of any oral advice you receive from your hearing provider, the HSP, and DVA.

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