Hearing Services Program

The Hearing Services Program provides subsidised high-quality hearing services and devices to eligible Australians with hearing loss.

About the program

See how the program supports eligible Australians with hearing loss.

Check your eligibility

Check whether you're eligible for subsidised hearing services and devices.

Online portal

For providers to manage clients, claims and business details. For suppliers to manage devices.

Schedule of service items and fees

The legislated schedule of fees and services.

Hearing Services Program contact

1800 500 726

Contact us for information about the Hearing Services Program.

Browse the program

For the public

Read about eligibility, services available, hearing devices available, how to apply, and where to find a provider.

For hearing professionals

Read about becoming a provider or supplier, managing clients, and requirements for hearing practitioners, services and devices.

Did you know?

802,861

Australians received program support in 2022–23

1.4 million

services were delivered under the program in 2022–23

441,750

Hearing devices were fitted in 2022–23

Latest news and provider notices

Provider notices

Hearing Services Program provider notice – Schedule of Service Items and Fees 2024–25

The Schedule of Service Items and Fees 2024–25 is available. There are new updates to evidence and service requirements.

Latest general public resources

Latest general public resources

Latest hearing professional resources

Latest hearing professional resources

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