We provide rehabilitation services to young children with hearing loss who uses hearing instruments/implants. The foundation of the Auditory-Verbal approach is that, with the use of hearing aids or a cochlear implants, hearing impaired children can learn to listen and understand spoken language in order to communicate through speech. Parents are the major influence in a child’s life during the preschool period. They are the child’s primary and most effective teachers. Therefore, the Auditory-Verbal approach is a parent-oriented approach. Parents are involved in their child’s therapy, and their Auditory-Verbal therapist teaches them how to teach speech and language to their child at home. Direct parent-child interaction is required through both structured listening sessions and ongoing language work incorporated into daily life. Parents and therapists develop a working partnership. Information and observations from the parents are important in planning the child’s language program. We also provide rehabilitation services to adults with hearing loss and who receives an hearing implant (or hearing aid users who may need it). As the sound from e.g. a cochlear implant is different from a hearing aid, new recipients have to be supported in the beginning phases of their listening journey. Industrial We conduct annual hearing assessments and assist with custom hearing protection.