Eyeglasses and Hearing Aids – Eligibility

Eyeglasses and Hearing Aids – Eligibility

The number of vets eligible to receive eyeglasses and hearing aids are huge. They can receive it easily from VA center. Vets must fulfill at least one of the requirements.

  • A compensable service-connected disability
  • An ex-POW
  • Purple Heart service award should be awarded to him
  • He must be enjoying benefits
  • Should be an increased pension recipient as he needs money to survive
  • Those whose disabilities are connected to the chronic medical treatments and he is getting treatment for that or may be a situation that caused other illness. For example, brain injury and stroke.
  • Vets with the proof of issues die to which he is unable to perform different daily tasks.
  • Vets whose impairments are very much significant that they are not able to live as normal people
  • Vets whose service-connected hearing issues rated zero percent or service-connected vision disabilities rated zero percent.

If you are looking to learn much more about your eligibility, the first thing that you need to do is to register or enroll and verify in the VA Health Care program. Once you have enrolled, you can receive a huge amount of services that will really help you a lot. The services cover each and every aspect. If not, the vision and the hearing aids will only be provided in special circumstances as approved by VA unlike the normal vision or hearing loss.

  • Everett Araujo
    Posted at 06:04h, 04 December Reply

    I tried for over an hour to order batteries for my hearing aids on this website. Like so many others, I was unsuccessful. Please let me know how I can order my batteries soon!

    Thank you!

  • Arnold Salazar
    Posted at 07:43h, 22 July Reply

    Where do I send my hearing aid for repairs?

    Posted at 15:58h, 13 August Reply

    i have 3 hours try to order batteries and they drop when al most dst be the usa not like you having fun at my expenseo

  • Cynthia M Zbinden
    Posted at 19:13h, 24 June Reply

    Does Tricare cover hearing aids for spouses of retired veterans?

  • Margaret Scevola
    Posted at 20:09h, 31 December Reply

    I love the requirement that HE must be “enjoying” HIS benefits.
    Well, I’m a disabled female veteran. I guess I don’t meet your requirements, as it seems one of them was having a Y chromosome. Second, I’m not exactly “enjoying” being disabled. I don’t know of many disabled veterans who are.

  • Dale Portz
    Posted at 01:14h, 28 March Reply

    I am joining all the other comments about how Un- User- Friendly this web site is.
    Where can I order batteries and supplies for my hearing aids?
    I don’t want to drive forty five miles one way to get a order form for ordering supplies for my hearing aids.
    Please send a cyberlink to get me to where supplies can be ordered online.

  • John Vancuren
    Posted at 16:54h, 19 March Reply

    How do I change my address to order hearing aid batteries?

  • Charles Wilson
    Posted at 18:07h, 22 December Reply

    Thank you. That was so easy ordering by telephone from the DALC (303-273-6200).

  • Clifford C Ebel
    Posted at 00:27h, 18 December Reply

    I ordered hearing aid supplies by phone today and was told I could do it thru this web site. I have spent over an hour trying to find the right screen with no luck. I set up an account. Please give better online instructions.

  • Joseph T Sherrill
    Posted at 07:27h, 24 October Reply

    How do you order batteries from this web site?

  • Elliott J. Toporek
    Posted at 01:48h, 16 October Reply

    I tried to order replacement batteries, but it is impossible to navigate thru this site.

  • Vincent S. Kruk
    Posted at 19:07h, 11 September Reply

    I want batteries!
    how in the hell do you order Batteries from this web site?
    What about ear mold replacements?

  • charles wade
    Posted at 22:48h, 15 August Reply

    need to order batteries andwax guards ,called i do not have hours to waite on the tel. my phone (951)9223405 vet.please call.

  • Russell Sarnecki
    Posted at 04:57h, 07 June Reply

    None of the instructions given to me for on line hearing aid supplies will get me what I need.
    The most confused web instructions having nothing to do with the issue.

  • Lee B. Nelson
    Posted at 00:24h, 12 April Reply

    I don’ think you could make a website more complicated and ineffective…. I got a piece of paper when I got my hearing aids about ordering supplies. There’s everything BUT on this website … It’s totally useless and horribly complicated …. May all I want is some wax guards and 3-4 domes for my aids ….
    I thought you were here to help the vet … Big help ….

    P.S … I gotta select the “use cookies’ box to get my comment out ?? … There is no BEST EXPERIENCE here … And I’m not happy about the cookies … But sure, I’ll check it …. Against my better judgment ..

  • Thomas C Fordham
    Posted at 22:53h, 18 October Reply

    I need a Phone # for hearing aid Parts

    • VA.org Editor
      Posted at 16:07h, 19 October Reply

      Veterans who have hearing aids or other devices authorized by the VA may order accessories from the DALC. There are several ways to order.

      Use the blue VA Form 2346, Request for Batteries and Accessories card/envelope received with your initial or latest battery order. Complete the form and mail it to the DALC at the address provided on the form.

      If you do not have a copy of the VA Form 2346, you can request a copy from the VA Audiology clinic that provides your care, or contact the DALC Customer Service Section:

      • You may call to request Accessories from a DALC Technician at (303) 273-6200.
      • You may send an order via email to dalc.css@va.gov.

      If you have any questions or need additional assistance, please call the DALC Customer Service Section at (303) 273-6200.

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