What we do
Hearing Link Tasmania’s business is to minimise the impacts of hearing loss on the lives of individuals in the community. Established in 2007, the organisation focuses on the delivery of accessible and community-based support and information services.
Our services include the provision of free hearing screenings, hearing loss consultations, support groups, prescription of Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) and referrals and links to relevant health services.
We also provide fee-for-service testing in noisy workplaces. This service aims to address the preventable causes of hearing loss and reduce its negative impacts on individuals and workplaces.
Last but not least, Hearing Link Tasmania runs public educational programs around hearing loss and its impacts. We offer a range of resources including communication tool-kits that can be provided in conjunction with our education programs.
Who we are
Hearing Link Tasmania operates as a division of the Tasmanian Deaf Society Inc. (Tasdeaf). Tasdeaf is a not-for-profit organisation and a registered charity that has its origins as far back as 1887 when the Royal Society for the Blind and Deaf was established in Hobart.
The organisation is governed by a Board of Directors. Please click here to go through to the Tasdeaf website where you can access our Annual Reports and view our organisational structure.
Hearing Link Tasmania has offices based in Hobart and Launceston and offers outreach services to rural and remote areas of Tasmania.
Who we can assist
We open our doors to anyone who may be at risk of acquiring hearing loss and to any individuals, groups or businesses who are seeking more information. Hearing Link Tasmania’s mission is to provide high quality care for Tasmanians who experience difficulties and disadvantage due to living with hearing loss.
Retirees and workers, the elderly and young university students, musicians and recreational shooters – people from all walks of Tasmanian life continue visit us to find out how to protect and improve their hearing.