Hearing services are offered to all Islanders. This includes hearing assessments for children and adults, hearing aids for clients up to age 21, auditory processing disorder testing, and healthy hearing education. If you have concerns about your hearing, or your child’s hearing, you can arrange to have your hearing tested, at no cost through Audiology services.
How do I get a hearing test?
You can contact Audiology Services at 902-368-5807 or complete the online form below to arrange a hearing assessment for you or your child. Both self-referrals and referrals from health care professionals are accepted.
What do I need to complete the online form?
You will be asked to provide:
- Client identification and contact information including date of birth and personal health number
- Reason(s) for hearing assessment (checklist provided)
- Health services involved (checklist provided)
- Test results for related screening already completed
How long will it take to process my request?
Audiology services will send you a letter to inform you that your request has been received. We presently have a wait time for some hearing services. You will be contacted when an appointment is available.
Can I arrange a hearing test with a private audiologist?
Some private audiology services are covered once every two years for Islanders over the age of four. You will need a referral from a family physician, nurse practitioner, public health nurse, or speech language pathologist, to arrange for a free assessment provided by the following private audiologists:
What other information is available?
How do I contact Audiology Services?
Sherwood Business Centre
161 St. Peters Road
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8