Our Rehab at Home for Adults series is here to give you the tips and resources you need to achieve everyday listening goals. This blog is all about achieving the first goal: To wear your audio [...]
Studies show that participating in auditory rehabilitation activities can improve not only listening and cognitive skills but also how positive a person feels about their quality of life. To help [...]
The earlier a child with hearing loss and their family begins intervention, the better for the child’s long-term communication outcomes. In this blog, we look at some tips for getting support, [...]
After surgery and recovery, it’s time for the exciting next step in your hearing journey—activating your implant. This is a time that can be both exciting and a little scary. Everyone’s [...]
Listening to audiobooks and podcasts can be a great way to work on your listening skills with your hearing implant. Not sure where to start? In this post, we will share some tips for using [...]
Here is a spooky Halloween themed game to play with your child while extending their listening and communication skills.
Following the popularity of our previous listening activities and handouts for adult cochlear implant rehabilitation, here is another customizable activity to add to your home listening practice. [...]
Did you enjoy our Word Search activity last month? Here is another listening activity to make practice a little more fun! In previous blogs, we have talked about active, structured listening [...]
If your child uses a hearing implant, the Murat Reader Series is a great resource to support the development of your child's reading and writing skills - free download included!