Doing All It Takes to Achieve Better Hearing
If you have lived for a period of time with a hearing loss, then your brain naturally creates ways to cope.
This means that when you finally address your hearing challenges through hearing technology, although you now have the ability to hear, your brain has to relearn how to process those sounds.
That’s where the importance of auditory rehabilitation comes in.
By partnering with Preferred Hearing Centers, we do far more than fit you with a hearing technology; we strive to provide you with full hearing loss rehabilitation.
Through support, care, and guidance, you’re able to receive the ongoing help that you need to ensure your hearing is working to its best performance.
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What is LACE Auditory Rehabilitation?
LACE stands for Listening and Communication Enhancement. Often, with hearing loss, people may struggle to fill in the gaps of verbal communication.
LACE was developed by audiologists at the University of California – San Francisco and implemented by Silicon Valley software veterans. The program helps to retrain the brain to comprehend speech up to 40% better in difficult listening situations such as noisy restaurants, rapid speakers, or competing speakers.
In the same way that physical therapy helps to rebuild muscles after physical injury, LACE assists those who experience a hearing loss to develop skills and strategies to enhance their hearing. See how our process for LACE works here.
How We Help You to Achieve Better Hearing
Two Convenient Locations
With two convenient locations in East Orlando and Winter Springs, one of our offices is in your neighborhood, with each location housing a team of advanced Doctors of Audiology.
With free parking, comfortable modern waiting rooms and a friendly team to welcome you with fresh coffee, you’ll instantly feel at ease.
East Orlando Office
11905 East Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32826
Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Saturday: By appointment ONLY