Cost: Good, Better, Best
The cost of a hearing aid varies from $800 for a good reliable basic hearing instrument to more than $3,500 for a state-of-the-art digital hearing instrument. Advanced hearing aids are more comfortable to wear in a greater variety of listening environments, offer greater sound processing for better hearing in noise, and are equipped with the latest technology.
How much you decide to spend on a hearing aid will depend on your individual hearing condition, cosmetic preference, and your budget. Our professional staff will assist in you choosing the right hearing aid to meet your individual needs.
Financial assistance is available towards the purchase of your new hearing aid.
Stress-Free Financing Program
Take advantage of our stress-free financing program that offers no interest and no payments for a year.
If your private insurance policy covers the cost of hearing aids, Robillard Hearing Centres will assist you by completing any required paperwork and submitting the forms on your behalf. Applicable savings will be automatically deducted from the cost of your hearing instrument.
Robillard Hearing Centres is registered with the following sources of funding assistance in Ontario:
- Health Canada (Non-Insured Health Benefits)
- Ontario Disability and Support Program
- Ontario Ministry of Health (Assistive Devices Program)
- Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario
- Veteran’s Affairs Canada
Disability Tax Credit
Robillard Hearing Centres is authorized to certify eligibility to Revenue Canada for the Disability Tax Credit.
Special Offers and Promotions
Visit our Special Offers page for current promotions and additional savings.