Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Ears train the brain: Start with clEAR auditory brain training today.
auditory brain training benefits senior citizens

Why do I need clEAR auditory brain training?

Are hearing and listening the same thing?
Surprisingly, they are not. Hearing allows you to receive acoustic information (speech) while listening requires your brain to attend to and interpret speech. For example, once a speech signal enters your ear, your brain must rapidly process each word and hold that string of words in memory long enough to comprehend and make sense of its meaning. Not only must your brain distinguish each word from all other possible words, but it must invoke mental skills such as auditory memory, auditory attention, and auditory processing speech in order for you to engage successfully in conversation.

clEAR auditory brain training is now even more accessible to people with hearing loss!

Read about the new model in The Hearing Review!