Our clinics are temporarily closed

Given the Canadian public health authority's recent announcements we have decided to temporarily close our clinics across Canada. At this time we feel taking this step is critical to the health, safety and well-being of our employees and customers. We apologize for the inconvenience.

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For clients with pending hearing aid orders or service, please see our temporary clinic closure FAQ.

We are offering the online services below so we can safely tend to our clients at this time.

Questions or concerns? Call us at 1-888-514-9515

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We want to stay in touch, provide you with the latest developments, update you on re-openings, and share relevant content and tips to assist you with your hearing during this time.

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HearingLife is a proud sponsor of the National Campaign for Better Hearing—an initiative with the simple but lofty goal of providing a FREE hearing test to EVERY Canadian aged 60 and over. The reason is clear. Startling new research shows significant connections between hearing loss and other serious health problems like social withdrawal and isolation, depression, mental fatigue, even increased risk of developing dementia. Research is also showing that wearing a hearing aid can reduce these risk factors.

With nearly half of all Canadians over 60 suffering from hearing loss, this is a major issue. As the largest clinical hearing care provider in the country, we feel uniquely positioned to do something about this alarming, but largely unaddressed health concern.

Make a hearing test part of your regular wellness protocols, and treat hearing loss in its early stages. To find out more about how the National Campaign for Better Hearing is improving lives, click here.

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Due to the temporary COVID-19 related shut down of our clinics nationwide, the appointments scheduled will be tentative and subject to change in the event of new information being available with respect to health, safety and well-being guidelines from Canadian public health authority.

We continue to monitor this situation closely and will provide ongoing updates as needed. We also encourage our customers to stay up to date through Canada’s Public Health website. Meanwhile, you can also take our online hearing test and discuss your score with us.

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