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Have hearing loss? Here’s why you may want to try auditory training

Sound comes to you through your ears, but it’s your brain that makes those sounds meaningful to you. If you have hearing loss, hearing aids and other devices will amplify sounds to make it easier to hear. However, your brain may still be struggling to interpret what you’re hearing, especially if you have age-related hearing loss.  … Read More »

What is auditory processing disorder?

Auditory processing disorder (APD) is a condition where the brain doesn’t properly translate the meaning of sounds.  “Most people think you hear with your ears, and they are certainly the input point for hearing,” says Leah Light, AuD, the founder and director of the Brainchild Institute in Hollywood, FL. “Auditory processing disorder occurs when your… Read More »