Our fully independent hearing tests and support appointments are available free of charge to help you assess and manage your hearing.
We have 23 clinics located throughout New Zealand, from Kaitaia to Invercargill.
Find a clinic near you.
Do you have a patient, friend or whanau/family member who needs some help with their hearing? You can make a referral on their behalf for a free hearing test or support appointment.
Our services are free for all New Zealand citizens and permanent residents aged 16 years and over.
You do not need a referral to book an appointment with us.
“Over many years of debilitating hearing loss, I received a cochlear ear implant in December 2022. After wonderful help from Your Way | Kia Roha Hearing Therapy, I have been able to return to three organisations helping them with committee work. They have provided a wonderful service. It has also made such a difference to the relationship with my wife.”
“Glen has suffered progressive and significant hearing loss over the years. He made contact with a hearing therapist at Your Way I Kia Roha. Things have progressed so well since then, that I am inspired to write a letter of thanks for their support in enabling Glen, in a very short period of time, to obtain a pair of hearing aids which have made such a difference to his life and general well-being.”
“His first session with Your Way | Kia Roha was a definite turning point for him. He got great benefit from these sessions and his confidence improved greatly. Our conversations between each other, have also become more enjoyable, with us both understanding how to compensate for his hearing.”
Our comprehensive hearing tests are available throughout New Zealand and are fully funded by Whaikaha Ministry of Disabled People.
Book a free hearing test today at a clinic near you.
Would you like some support to manage your hearing loss or use your hearing aids better?
Our hearing therapists are available nationwide to help.
Find out what funding you can get for hearing aids and other equipment that will help you manage your hearing loss.
Once we know what funding you are eligible for, we will support you to access it.
Our services are fully funded by Whaikaha Ministry of Disabled People. We don’t sell or fit hearing aids or make any commissions from recommending any equipment.
That means we provide fully independent free hearing loss support and advice you can trust.
Would you like a satisfying career supporting people with hearing loss?
Find out how you can become a qualified hearing therapist with on-the-job training and no student debt.