LACE Auditory Training Redesign
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Our LACE Redesign is Live!

Making LACE more visually engaging was one of the top feature requests in our 2020 survey of Hearing Professionals and LACE users. We took that feedback and spent the last several months completely redesigning the look and feel of LACE. It’s…
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What Are Your Bucket List of Sounds?

Listen Imagine that you have a bucket list of the last things you want to hear in your lifetime. Not places you want to go, or things you want to do, but things you want to hear. What sounds would you want to hear - and more importantly,…

Does LACE Work? Scientists Say Yes.

Here at Neurotone, we talk a lot about Listening and Communication Enhancement (LACE), the aural rehabilitation program that retrains your brain to listen. Created by audiologists to help new hearing aid users make sense of all the sounds…
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A User Shares Tips

We recently received a letter from LACE user Jim Kurfess. Jim, 84, used hearing aids successfully for more than two decades before encountering severe deterioration in hearing and listening comprehension. Since then, Jim has made two helpful…

10 Tips on Communication for the Hard of Hearing

When you're hard of hearing, day-to-day communication can be difficult, and group activities can be downright exhausting. Here are some tips from the audiology specialists at LACE on making conversation easier.   1. Position yourself…

Listen Up! There’s Hope for the Hard-of-Hearing.

The statistics on hearing loss in America are pretty grim. It's the #3 health issue for older adults, after arthritis and heart disease. It can lead to depression and mental decline, and it has major implications for quality of life. Fortunately,…

Hearing Loss and Military Service: A Muffled Epidemic

Hearing loss among military vets doesn't get much respect, as injuries go. No one hugs overseas-bound soldiers at the airport saying, œJust make it back home with all your hearing, you understand? Maybe they should. According to the…
Listening to loud music from headphones can lead to permanent hearing loss

Hearing, Listening and Your Brain

"There is a distinct difference between hearing and listening," writes Woodbury, N.Y. audiologist Diana Callesano in the January/February issue of Hearing Loss Magazine. "Listening incorporates a variety of cognitive skills that hearing alone…

The 5 Best Things About LACE Training

by Traci Hukill I took the LACE training course in December. What that means is that for 30 minutes a day for three weeks, I sat down in front of my computer in a quiet room and did listening comprehension exercises designed to improve…
LACE Online
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Announcing the Upgraded, Feature-Rich LACE Online

Neurotone Inc., the golden standard in aural rehabilitation, is proud to announce that an upgraded, feature-rich LACE Online (LOL) has been launched. The new LOL replaces the existing LACE Home Edition & Clinic Edition software product…