Advanced Training Built on Years of Audiological Science & Research

Just as physical therapy can help rebuild muscles and adjust movements to compensate for physical weakness or injury, LACE can help you develop skills and learn strategies for dealing with situations when hearing is inadequate.

Speech-in-noise Training

Speech-in-Noise Training

Speech-in-Noise exercises help the brain learn how to listen to and understand a speaker better in a noisy environment, such as a restaurant or busy family gathering. 

Rapid Speech Training

Rapid Speech exercises help you better understand fast talkers. During these exercises, you will hear a single speaker talk. As you progress through the sessions, LACE will challenge you with faster and faster speech.

Rapid Speech Exercises
Competing Speakers

Competing Speaker Training

Competing Speaker exercises help you learn how to understand the voice you want to hear when there is a clear competing speaker. You’ll be challenged by different combinations of three types of voices: a male, a female, or a child.

Auditory Working Memory Training

Auditory Working Memory exercises help your short- and long-term memory fill in the blanks in conversation. These cognitive exercises involve listening for target words and remembering the words immediately preceding them. 

Target Word (Auditory Working Memory)
Communication Strategies

Communication Tips & Strategies

Helpful communication tips and strategies are interspersed throughout the training. These tips provide a break from the careful listening you’ll need for the training exercises, and help support good communication habits.