LACE is part of a clinic’s best practices
LACE directly involves the patient in their own auditory rehabilitation process, whether it’s a new hearing aid user acclimating post-fitting or an adult experiencing hearing loss or Auditory Processing Disorder. LACE is easy to use, evidence-based, effective, and can help you develop and maintain richer relationships with your patients.
No matter how large or small your business might be, we’ll do our best to help you find benefits with LACE. Scroll down through this page for details, case studies, and more.
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Options to fit your specific business needs
Discounted LACE Access Codes
LACE Access Codes are required for anyone to start using LACE. One LACE Access Code = one new LACE user account. Hearing professionals receive special discounted rates when purchasing LACE Access Codes in bulk (packs of 10) from our secure e-commerce store.
Simply complete the form above and we’ll send you a link to the store.
LACE Patient Brochures
We’re happy to provide printed tri-fold brochures at no cost to hearing healthcare professionals. Brochures are an easy, effective way to enhance your patient conversations around aural rehabilitation, as well as save time for you and your staff.
Complete the form above and include your mailing address in the “What can we help you with?” section to receive your LACE brochures.
Sycle + LACE Integration
Using our secure, native integration with Sycle’s Practice Management Software, you can easily dispense LACE to your patients directly within your Sycle portal.
Contact email@example.com to get started.
Enterprise White Label LACE
For larger businesses, we offer a custom white-labeled version of LACE. These custom versions can be completely branded to your style guidelines and include your custom content (advertising, promotions, etc) throughout the training.
Imagine having your own auditory rehabilitation portal where your customers can view your product information, search for your retail locations with a zip code, and improve their listening comprehension with our proven LACE training tasks.
A sampling of scientific research and white papers supporting LACE.
LACE Auditory Training
Christou, Alana. Audiology Now. Issue 87. March 2022, Pages 15-17.
(Reprinted with permission of Audiology Australia.)
The effect of LACE DVD training in new and experienced hearing aid users
Olson AD, Preminger JE, Shinn JB. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 2013 Mar;24(3):214-30.
Training to Improve Hearing Speech in Noise: Biological Mechanisms
Judy H. Song, Erika Skoe, Karen Banai, Nina Kraus. Cerebral Cortex. Volume 22, Issue 5, May 2012, Pages 1180–1190.
The Economics of Computer-Based Auditory Training
Brian Taylor, Al Shrive. Audiology Online. July 2008.
Software-based auditory training program found to reduce hearing aid return rate
Martin, Melody. The Hearing Journal: August 2007 – Volume 60 – Issue 8 – p 32,34,35.
The need for and development of an adaptive Listening and Communication Enhancement (LACE) Program
Sweetow RW, Sabes JH. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology. 2006 Sep;17(8):538-58.
The case for LACE
Sweetow, Robert W.; Henderson-Sabes, Jennifer. The Hearing Journal: March 2004 – Volume 57 – Issue 3 – p 32-35,38,40.
Tips, guides, and success stories from hearing healthcare professionals.