Deafness and Auditory Rehabilitation


Podcasts, iPad apps, digital tools and more!


Evidenced-based and anecdotal resources.

What you’ll find here

Auditory rehabilitation refers to the communicative intervention taken for people with any level of hearing loss, whether corrected or uncorrected. “Deafness” may refer to the hearing loss itself or the culture built around the absence of or reduction in hearing acuity, especially considering the use of a sign language in place of verbal language.

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Tools for caregivers

Tools for Therapists

iPad apps plus Web-based training


Angel Sound

Hear Coach


Read My Quips

This list derived from Temple Health – GO OWLS!

British English Vowel Training

Listening and Communication Enhancement (LACE)

Seeing and Hearing Speech


Computer Assisted Speech Perception Sentences (CasperSent)

KTH Speech Training

Options for Auditory Training for Adults with Hearing Loss by Semin Hear Nov 2015



Books on Deafness (diagnosis, treatment, and more)

for Therapists

Speech Perception Assessment and Training System for the Hearing Impaired (SPATS-HI)

Evaluation of Auditory Functioning and Rehabilitation Using Patient-Reported Outcome Measures

Continuing education

Components of Adult Auditory Rehabilitation Assessment and Treatment Christin Ray

What’s Working in treatment

Disclaimer: I do not receive any monetary or other reward for sharing any material from any source on my platform. All sources are from credible educational or therapy-specific sites, which I may have or may not have used in the past. Only the areas in which I have initialed are to be considered my own ideas or advice. Being that the resource page is a collection of ideas from different clinicians, you may encounter ideas that differ from one another. Any use of any materials or resource from this page or links attached, is at your own free will.