47% of Canadians over the age of 60 suffer from some level of hearing loss. Hearing aid wearers report greater confidence, improved sociability, less cognitive strain, and better relationships.
That's why we've teamed up with Canadian Association of Retired Persons (CARP) to make hearing healthcare more accessible to those in need. Conveniently find a location near you in our network of over 200 hearing aid clinics across the country. We are proud to offer these benefits and encourage CARP members to take advantage of this program. These benefits are offered exclusively to CARP members. Simply request a FREE hearing test below and have your CARP membership card with you at your appointment.
Offers and discounts may differ by Province.
Offers available in Canada (excluding Quebec):
everyday pricing or limited time promotional pricing on select hearing aids sold at ListenUP! Canada and HearingLife Canada or its national affiliates.
which includes 3 years of complimentary products and services, such as batteries, cleanings, reprogramming, adjustments, minor repairs, counseling and advice as needed.
AIR MILES® REWARD MILES
reward miles (compared with 25 miles for non-members) for completing a hearing test.*
AIR MILES® REWARD MILES
(compared with up to 1,000 miles for non-members) with the purchase of select brand-name digital hearing aids.*
*Reward miles may not be available at all affiliated partner clinics. Please check with your local clinic for details.
Quebec (Groupe Forget) offers:
on batteries with the purchase of the Groupe Forget Advantage card.
of any accessories or repairs.
off the hearing aid maintenance kit
in the amount of $150.00 when one hearing aid is purchased and $225.00 when two hearing aids are purchased.
Additional Quebec (Groupe Forget) offers:
Two years of service visits at no charge to the customer for basic, intermediate and advanced hearing aids purchased through Forget
Four years of service visits at no charge to the customer for premium hearing aids purchased through Forget
*applies to initial hearing screening only
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THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN FOR BETTER HEARING
We believe everyone over the age of 60 should get a FREE baseline hearing test. You can join us by simply booking YOUR test today and encouraging your friends to join you. It takes less than 60 minutes, you don’t need a doctor’s referral, and there’s no cost or obligation whatsoever!
Last year more than 200 hearing clinics donated $2.00 for every test in order to provide hearing aids for those who can’t afford them. We raised over $100,000 which provided 42 hearing aids to 22 recipients across the country! This year we’re donating $4.00 for every test with the goal of raising over $250,000 for hearing aids. So book your test, bring your friends, and together, we can make a difference!
LOOKING FOR A PUBLIC SPEAKER?
Jillian graduated with a Masters’ degree in Audiology from the University of Western Ontario in April 2004. Upon graduating, Jillian joined the company and began working in London, Ontario and in 2013, accepted the role as Chief Audiologist. Jillian has 12 years of experience working with the adult population in a busy clinic. Her role as Chief Audiologist allows Jillian to do what she really loves which is helping those with hearing needs and speaking to the public about hearing loss. She is passionate about hearing awareness, hearing loss prevention and rehabilitation. Through the Campaign for Better Hearing, Jillian is able to educate Canadians about hearing loss and early detection as well as help those in need through the give-back program; something Jillian and the rest of the staff are so excited and honored to be a part of. She also enjoys time with her husband and two beautiful children.
Jillian leads a team of knowledgeable hearing professionals available to present on the following topics pertaining to hearing loss and treatment:
How we hear
Recognizing the signs of hearing loss
Different types of hearing loss
Tinnitus and how to manage it in our everyday lives
The hidden cost of untreated hearing loss
Noise exposure and hearing loss
The link between hearing loss and cognitive decline
Coping with hearing loss and how hearing aids can help
Latest hearing aid technology
Tips for effective communication
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request more info on speaking opportunities.