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For those that want to educate themselves further on living with hearing loss, we have included many resources such as an online hearing screening and e-books & articles to keep you informed on hearing health.

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Please note that you need headphones or earbuds for the test.

We Offer LACE Auditory Training

WE HEAR WITH OUR EARS, BUT LISTEN WITH OUR BRAINS!

As part of our commitment to your personalized hearing healthcare and improving your communication and quality of life, our clinic offers listening and communication enhancement training through LACE ONLINE.

THE EAR-TO-BRAIN CONNECTION

Research has shown that the ear-to-brain connection can weaken due to hearing loss or the natural aging process. Auditory rehabilitation/training helps strengthen your ear-to-brain connection, improving listening, communication, and interaction skills.

LACE ONLINE DELIVERS 4 TYPES OF EXERCISES CRITICAL TO HELPING IMPROVE LISTENING SKILLS

Exercises are delivered in 11 training sessions during the program in four key areas:

– Speech-in-Noise: helps you learn how to pick out a voice in a noisy environment.

– Rapid Speech: helps you develop skills to process rapid speech.

– Competing Speaker: helps you learn how to focus on one voice at a time.

– Word Memory: helps you remember the words the person talking has said and predict what may come next.

ACCESS TRAINING ANYTIME, ANYWHERE!

You can access LACE training from any web browser with an internet connection – on Apple or Windows computers, as well as iOS and Android devices.

EXPERIENCE HOW LACE ONLINE WORKS!

If you are interested in learning to listen with LACE online, you can get started by trying a free demo which provides you with two examples from each task group, allowing you to experience how the app works prior to starting your training.

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Other Resources and Articles

HEARING LOSS AND DEMENTIA: EXPLAINING THE LINK

Does your brain have to work hard to hear what is being said? Read more on some of the links between hearing loss and dementia.

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LEARNING TO HEAR AGAIN TAKES PRACTICE

People assume that hearing aids instantly make us hear normally again. Read more on why it takes time to learn to hear better again.

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TINNITUS: WHAT IS IT, AND HOW DO WE MANAGE IT?

Although there are no cures for tinnitus, there are many ways to manage it. Read more to learn about causes and management of tinnitus.

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HEARING LOSS AND SOCIAL ISOLATION: EXPLAINING THE LINK

With untreated hearing loss, people often begin to withdraw from activities and group settings. Read more to learn about the importance of staying connected.

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