Hearing clinics in Northwest Territories
We found 1 hearing aid centres located in or near 1 cities in Northwest Territories.
Resources in Northwest Territories
Hearing aid coverage in Northwest Territories
In the Northwest Territories, seniors 60 and older who are Métis or Non-Indigenous can apply to have their hearing aid costs covered, within reason, under the Extended Health Benefits Seniors Program.
You must be a permanent resident and have a valid health card.
For Indigenous Persons, see Indigenous Services Canada’s Non-Insured Health Benefits program for more information.
Additional hearing care resources in Northwest Territories:
- Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission (WSCC): assists Northwest Territories' 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.
- Health Benefits Program: The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) sponsors the Métis Health Benefits program to provide eligible Indigenous Métis residents access to audiological services and hearing devices.
- Yellowknife Seniors' Society: community resources for seniors, including government and non-profit outreach programs for hearing services and discounts.
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Cities in Northwest Territories
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