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  • How The Listening Therapy Operates:
    Treatment Details

    The initial treatment consists of 3 separate periods listening through an electronic ear*:

    • 13 days, 2 hours per day over a 15 day period (Every day excluding Sundays)

    • break of 3/5 weeks

    • 7 days, 2 hours per day, over an 8 day period

    • break of 5/7 weeks

    • 7 days, 2 hours per day, over an 8 day period

    • The two hour slots, each day are 9am-11am; 11am-1pm; 2pm-4pm; 4pm-6pm

    * The Electronic Listening Device. A set of headphones. a microphone and a system of electronic "gates" which filter sounds to specific frequencies. Altogether a sort of working model of the real ear. The device trains the ears to function without distortion until one’s own can do the job themselves unaided.

     

     

     

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