— Auditory training —

Do we need auditory training?

A decrease in hearing means that the comprehension of words is less precise. Auditory training teaches the patient to capture and identify sounds correctly even in the most unfavourable auditory situations.

This helps the people who use hearing aids and who do not obtain a good performance to improve their understanding of the sounds of language, achieving a decrease in the distortion and a greater tolerance and optimum use of the hearing aids.

Just as we exercise our body so that we can stay in form in agility and movement, our auditory system also requires correct stimulation and training in order to maintain its capacity to discriminate and interpret messages.