Adults & Children
At Hear Check, we perform a comprehensive range of hearing assessments. Each test will look at a different part of your hearing system, pin-pointing where your hearing difficulty may lie within the auditory system.
Hearing tests are painless and involve determining and measuring what you can and cannot hear, across varying pitches. Results are plotted onto a graph called an audiogram, where we can tell you the degree (mild, moderate, severe, profound) and nature (which part of your system) of the hearing loss.
This graph can then be provided to your GP and/or specialist.
Adults & Children
Hear Check provides the most technologically advanced hearing aids, expertly prescribed and fitted to suit the individual’s hearing. Whether you’d like the most discreet hearing aid, the most easy to use hearing aid or the most technologically advanced hearing aid (linking directly to your phone or iPod), we will have a device to suit you. Hear Check will spend the time required to provide you with not only the best hearing aids available, but also the best service to support your hearing needs.
Hear Check is an independent supplier of hearing aids and will offer individualised care to ensure good outcomes. We do not fit hearing aids without obtaining expert knowledge about you, your hearing loss and the environments in which you may want to hear better.
Hear Check provides hearing aids through the Office of Hearing service program. Hear Check also can provide individualised and highly specialised services for clients wishing for a discreet and private health option. Feel free to ask us how this might work. We are also happy to answer questions about your hearing or hearing aids. We will endeavour to assist you with any enquiry.
You are able to easily make an appointment, just call us. One of our friendly staff will be able to assist. A referral from your GP is not required.
You may be eligible for fully subsidised hearing aids and a hearing test through the Government's Hearing Services Program by applying for a voucher. You are eligible to apply for a Hearing Services Voucher if you are an Australian Citizen or permanent resident 21 years or older and you are:
You are eligible to receive hearing services through the Community Service Obligations (CSO) component of the program if you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident and you are:
In addition, National Disability Insurance Scheme participants may access hearing services through the program if referred for services by their National Disability Insurance Agency Planner.
For more information, please visit the Office of Hearing Services website; www.hearingservices.gov.au
Hear Check are happy to assist you with an explanation about the program, we can also help you with applications for fully subsidised government services. Please call so our staff can assist you with the Hearing Services Program.