Chronicle of a deaf audiologist

I Don’t Have Hearing Aids. Will Auditory Training Help Me?

In a word, yes.

In fact, I would argue that auditory training is even more important for you than for someone who has hearing aids.

Anyone who has difficulty communicating or listening will benefit from auditory training.

As we get older, there are key changes in our brain, that affect our ability to hear in noisy restaurants and in group situations. Auditory training will address these difficulties. Watch the video clip below to find out how (click on the arrow to play).




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    Sandra Vandenhoff

    Dr. Sandra Vandenhoff is an audiologist with hearing loss, founder of HEARa, Hearing Strategies coach, speaker, and Canadian author, who gave her GPS away long before realizing that it was a good brain-boosting move.

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