Hearing clinics in Northwest Territories
We found 1 hearing aid centres located in or near 1 cities in Northwest Territories. Please use the quick links to search for clinics in your province.
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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- Protecting your hearing: Learn about noise-induced hearing loss and prevention tips.
Cities in Northwest Territories
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