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Auditory Training

Auditory Training refers to the development of skills using auditory information. "Learning to listen" or making use of residual hearing is crucial for children with deafblindness. Learning to interpret auditory information can assist with the development of other skills, such as communication, literacy, and mobility. This includes learning to use adaptive devices and equipment, such as cochlear implants or hearing aids. To learn more about cochlear implants and/or hearing aids visit our selected topics, Cochlear Implants and/or Hearing.

The Importance of Auditory Training for Children who are Deafblind

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Are You Listening? Auditory Issues for Children with Visual Impairments

Assistive Listening Devices

Auditory Training Bibliography

Jim Durkel's Advice on Sensory Efficiency Listening Skills

Other Resources on Auditory Training

Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Hearing Enhancement

Some Thoughts from a Teacher

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