Auditory rehabilitation is the process of identifying, diagnosing and treating hearing loss with various therapies that include using a hearing device, learning to listen, and managing conversations with others. Auditory rehabilitation aims to improve communication for those with hearing loss by focusing on the best use of hearing aids, assistive listening devices and taking charge of your communication.
Auditory rehabilitation aims to improve communication for those with hearing loss.
Auditory rehabilitation is beneficial to children and adults and can be provided in-person or through home studies. We recommend Listening and Communication Enhancement (LACE) for those who want to do home study. If you have questions about auditory rehab for adults or children, please contact our office at (818) 859-7730.