Rehabilitation is a vital part of learning to hear with a cochlear implant. Find out how MED‑EL can support you in getting the most out of your new hearing.
Steps Towards Success
After receiving a cochlear implant, one of the most important steps to best hearing is rehabilitation. Rehabilitation is the process of actively learning to hear with an implant and is important for both children and adults after implantation. Routinely practicing hearing skills can help provide faster and better improvement in hearing abilities.
“The most important step to hearing is rehabilitation.”
Made for You
We offer a comprehensive cochlear implant rehabilitation programme. Our materials are specifically designed for each stage of the hearing journey and offer practical tips you can use at home, work, or school. The MED-EL rehabilitation programme provides resources to help you or your child hear the best.
Practice your listening and hearing skills on the go! Our interactive listening apps are available to download for both Android and iOS.
Hear Today is a resource developed for young people and adults with a hearing implant. It provides useful information on how to start the rehabilitation process, with practical activities to develop listening skills in real life situations.
Continents and Oceans
Test and improve your listening skills with the Continents and Oceans game. There are three levels that get more challenging as you proceed. Listen to both male and female voices as they name the continents and oceans of the world and tap to verify what they said.
Auditory Skills Checklist
The Auditory Skills Checklist is a measure to assist in tracking the progress of a child’s auditory development and in setting goals. It is easy to use and particularly helpful in monitoring the development of a child’s skills over time.
MED-EL Rehabilitation Bookshelf
This free app is the easiest way to access our extensive MED-EL Rehabilitation Library, including the Ling 6 Sound Cards, Little Listeners, and weekly rehabilitation tips & tricks.
Common Objects Token Test
The Common Objects Token (COT) Test is intended for rehabilitation professionals. The test aims to assess children at a level between basic closed set tasks and open set tasks.
Tips & Tricks
The MED-EL Blog is full of rehab tips and tricks to try with your child, or to improve your own listening skills. You’ll find hands-on rehabilitation activities and practical tips, all created by our dedicated team of rehabilitation specialists.
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*The content on this website is for general informational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. Please contact your doctor or hearing specialist to learn what type of hearing solution is suitable for your specific needs. Not all products,
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