Answers to common LACE questions

Currently, the material used in LACE is rated at an 8th grade level. There are no current plans to make a version for younger children. However, we continue to evaluate all future product options. Please join our mailing list to be notified of any future product development.

Yes! There are two versions of LACE. One version uses content which is read in ‘American English’ and the other version is uses content which is read in ‘British English’. Please join our mailing list to be notified of any future product development. If you are interested in partnering with us on the potential development of a foreign language version of LACE, please email sales@neurotone.com.

LACE does not improve your hearing. LACE can improve your listening skills. LACE is an interactive program that helps build listening and communication skills to compensate for hearing loss.

Yes. If you have hearing aids you should wear them while using LACE, in which case any headphones that do not cause your hearing aids to feed back are suitable. Circumaural headphones with large “earcups” tend to work in most cases.

It is not required to have a hearing aid to use LACE training. Anyone who has difficulty with hearing, listening, or communicating can benefit from LACE Training. However, if you do wear a hearing aid we highly recommend that you wear it during your training.

During the first session, the system is testing your hearing at three different volume levels in order to gain information about your starting threshold. Do not get discouraged. In later sessions, the software will be more closely trained to your specific tolerances.

In the initial session LACE is testing your hearing at three different volume levels in order to gain information about your hearing threshold. In later sessions the software will be more consistent, but expect to be tested in both louder and softer environments.

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