Hearing clinics in British Columbia

We found 99 hearing aid centres located in or near 46 cities in British Columbia, including 1 mobile clinic. Please use the quick links to search for clinics in your province.

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Hearing aid coverage in British Columbia

Hearing aids are generally not covered in B.C., although there are some exceptions. For example, the government of British Columbia offers a benefit to job seekers who require hearing aids to keep their jobs.


WorkBC Assistive Technology Services

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WorkBC Assistive Technologies Services offers funding for hearing aids and other assistive technologies if hearing loss is a work-related barrier for you. You should consider all other resources before you apply for this benefit.

WorkBC can provide coverage for up to $2000 per hearing aid and a one-time replacement coverage of $300 per hearing aid. WorkBC also provides co-funding with other resources if needed.

To qualify, you must

  • Be a resident of BC
  • Be at least 16 years old
  • Be legally able to work in BC
  • Need hearing aids to get or retain employment

This assistance is also available to those who are already in these groups:

  • Those eligible for General Health Supplements
  • A hard of hearing parent of a dependent child
  • Children under 19 in families eligible for the Medical Services Plan (MSP) supplementary benefits
  • Those in ministry-approved training who require hearing aids to retain employment
  • Those registered with the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) and are hard of hearing
  • Those with hearing loss who are the sole home support for an adult with cognitive impairment
  • To access this coverage, you will need to create an account with WorkBC.

Additional hearing care resources in British Columbia

  • Supports and services for people with disabilities: Government of British Columbia provided resources to assist people with qualifying disabilities for financial need, assistive devices, interpreting services and more.
  • WorkSafeBC: assists British Columbia workers with occupational health and safety information for hearing health at work including wage-loss benefits, medical coverage and support for work-related injury or illness. 

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Mobile hearing clinics

mobile clinic iconMobile hearing clinics offer a wide variety of hearing healthcare services by audiologists and hearing aid specialists. These clinicians travel to your home or to a convenient site in your area, such as a senior centre.

161 Trunk Road Duncan, BC V9L 2P1
161 Trunk Road Duncan, BC V9L 2P1
(236) 800-3080

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