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LACE – Listening And Communication Enhancement
Conceived by leading audiologists at the University of California at San Francisco and implemented by silicon valley software veterans, LACE® Auditory Training programs retrain the brain to comprehend speech up to 40% better in difficult listening situations such as:
- Noisy restaurants
- Rapid speakers
- Competing speakers
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.
LACE Online (LOL) is a browser-based web app that enables low cost LACE aural rehabilitation training from any device with an internet connection. With LOL there is nothing to download or install. The app can be easily accessed through any modern web browser at www.lacelistening.com.
LOL training can be started on one device and easily completed on another. So you can train at home or on the go and remain completely synchronized across all devices.
According to the American Academy of Audiology, LACE’s Speech-in-Noise Training Works! Read more.
This module helps train you to better understand fast talkers.
This module trains you to understand the voice you want to hear when there are competing speakers.
This module helps train your brain to fill in the blanks.
Industry Standard Quicksin™ Scoring
The QuickSIN is a speech-in-noise test that quickly and easily measures your ability to hear in noise.
Adaptive Real-time Training
LACE works with you and adapts to your answers so it will never be too easy or too hard.
Hearing Professionals have a private and secure area to view patient training data.
Access Training Anytime, Anywhere
You can access LACE training from any modern web browser with an internet connection – on Apple and Windows computers, as well as iOS and Android devices.