Helping you learn to recognize sounds
Hearing well isn’t all about technology. Yes, hearing aids and cochlear implants can help you or your child detect sounds better. But the ability to make sense of those sounds has to be learned or re-learned. That’s the job of aural rehabilitation.
Bringing meaning to sound
Listening is a skill that we all develop in several stages. Whether you are learning to listen for the first time, or improving your listening skills, aural rehabilitation connects sound to meaning through better listening skills.
Aural rehabilitation therapy focuses on:
- Detecting sounds
- Learning to recognize and identify sounds
- Using listening to better understand the world around you
- Helping children with hearing loss develop speech and language skills
- Providing support as you return to daily life and activities
Locations by city:
|Fairview Rehabilitation Services - Burnsville|
150 Cobblestone Lane
Burnsville, MN 55337
|Fairview Pediatric Rehabilitation - Edina|
3400 W 66th Street Ste 300
Edina, MN 55435
First appointment: 612-273-6228; Rehab clinic: 952-914-1965
|Fairview Pediatric Rehabilitation - Rush City|
760 W. 4th St.
Rush City, MN 55069