Hearing check audio – First Nations

Hearing well keeps you connected with family and friends, community and culture. Help for hearing loss is available. Ask your doctor or health worker about a hearing check.


When you hear good it helps you to keep in touch with family, friends, community and culture.

A lot of people don’t hear good when they get old.

If you don’t hear good and you feel like you miss things like talking with family and friends, or important things at work or even what the umpire says at the footy,

Ask your doctor or health care worker for a hearing check.

If you are Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and you are older than 50 you can have your hearing checked for free.

There’s no shame in getting help to hear properly.

Look up health.gov.au/hearing to find out more.

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