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New Fire Alert Funding

Alert and Aware. Hearing Accessible Fire Alert Program

Fire detectors are important for safety. For those who are hard of hearing or late deafened, traditional home fire detectors are not reliable because it can be challenging to hear the alarm (loudness OR pitch).

The Fire alerts available through the Alert and Aware Program warn of smoke and fire using other senses, including vision (flashing light), touch (vibration) and a sound that is proven to be easier to hear.

Learn More About The Program and Get Your Application Form


Funding for Hearing Aids in Newfoundland and Labrador

Provincial Hearing Aid Program (PHAP)

PHAP provides hearing aids for all children (under the age of 18) and full time secondary students through regional public health audiology clinics.  PHAP also provides hearing aids for adults with financial need.

For an adult to qualify for PHAP, a financial assessment is done by the Department of Advanced Education and Skills (find the telephone number for your region). For more information, please contact us.

Find a copy of the application form here.

Veterans Affairs Canada 

Information on disability benefits for individuals with a service related disability (including hearing loss)

WorkplaceNL(Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission) 

Information on injured worker claims related to hearing loss.

First Nations & Inuit Health

Information on First Nations & Inuit Health benefits including Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) which include hearing aids.

Educational and Employment Supports for Persons With Disabilities

The Poverty Reduction Strategy includes initiatives for persons with disabilities that can help them successfully pursue sustainable employment – More information here.

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