Washington University-based Company Launches Auditory Training Website — Hearing News Watch

Good news for those of us who believe auditory training is essential for learning to hear with a hearing aid or cochlear implant.

Audiologists have touted the virtues of auditory training, but for decades numerous attempts at popularizing these programs have been plagued with low patient uptake. A St. Louis company, using an NIH grant, hopes to make inroads by using gaming technology. Washington University-based start-up venture clEAR™ (customized learning: Exercises for Aural Rehabilitation), LLC has officially released…

via Washington University-based Company Launches Auditory Training Website — Hearing News Watch

5 thoughts on “Washington University-based Company Launches Auditory Training Website — Hearing News Watch

  1. Can you please locate more detailed information on this new auditory program. I’m unable to locate anything on the web. This kind of program would be excellent for me. Thanks for all your well written articles.

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    • If you link to the article cited, in Hearing Health and Technology Matters, you’ll see it’s a web-based program. The article gives a link to the researcher who developed it. I’m not sure if it’s available to the public or just to professionals but it does seem like a step in the right direction.

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