The impact of hearing loss on a person's quality of life, and their loved ones, may be substantial.
The Aural Rehabilitation process takes into account a person's interpersonal, psychosocial, daily functioning, and personal goals.
Your hearing device alone can lead to improved quality of life. But to gain optimal results, you may need Aural Rehabilitation.
Who benefits from Aural Rehabilitation ?
- if you have lost hearing over years or suddenly
- if you are trying a new hearing device
- if you are experiencing issues in the workplace or school or family life that are related to a hearing loss
What is Aural Rehabilitation like?
You will retrain your brain to hear sounds you may not have heard before or in a very long time. This is often referred to as Auditory Training.
Improve your speech perception in quiet and in noise.
Troubleshoot and adjust your environment to work for you. Acoustics in your home and workplace will directly impact your ability to hear and attend to what others are saying to you.
Connect your device to your TV or phone, music player or computer to have a video chat with your family.
Involve your loved ones or close friends in your hearing journey.
Steps to take:
Schedule a free 15 minute consultation.
Schedule an evaluation.
Review results of your evaluation and the treatment plan.
You will attend therapy sessions once each week.
You will be given a home carry-over plan.