Apply for financial eligibility from the Hearing Aid Program

The Hearing Aid Program for Infants and Children pays for hearing aids for children. To qualify, children must be between birth and age 21. The family must also qualify based on income. Read the requirements and apply here.

Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Program

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What you need for Apply for financial eligibility from the Hearing Aid Program

  • Written documentation of household income.
    The preferred form is the most recent federal tax form (including W-2s). This includes all those whose income is counted in determining family income. Income not included on federal tax forms must be submitted with written verification.
  • The applicant family should supply all medical bills (including dental) paid or incurred during the past twelve months.
    This should be in the form of receipts or copies of billing statements

How to apply Apply for financial eligibility from the Hearing Aid Program

Next steps for Apply for financial eligibility from the Hearing Aid Program

Letter of financial eligibility

Once the completed forms and appropriate documentation are reviewed, we will send a letter indicating your financial eligibility determination. The letter will serve only as your notice of eligibility for the program – it is not a hearing aid purchase authorization.

Final approvals can be made only after the program has received complete reports and recommendations directly from an audiologist licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and a price quote from a participating hearing aid dispenser.

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