EARs Train the Brain
The Objectives of Auditory Brain Training with clEAR
  • Exercise your abilities to recognize the speech of your Friendly Voice (e.g., your spouse, adult child) as well as everyday talkers.
  • Exercise your brain and those important thinking skills that stave off cognitive decline and dementia.
  • Increase your participation in social situations by being an active participant in conversations.
  • Reduce your stress levels during routine family conversations.
  • Enhance your abilities to recognize speech in noisy situations.
  • Practice your listening skills in a non-judgmental environment.
  • Complement your existing hearing technology.
  • Affordable


    One low monthly price.


  • Customizable

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    clEAR customizes your training plan to suit your specific listening goals.


  • Scientifically Sound


    Scientists at Washington University in St. Louis have made sure that the clEAR games develop the listening skills and cognitive abilities that you need to engage successfully in conversations.

    Scientifically Sound

  • Comprehensive Hearing Healthcare


    clEAR complements the benefits you receive from using hearing aids or a cochlear implant. If you don’t yet use hearing aids, clEAR provides an alternative treatment.

    Hearing Healthcare

  • Flexible


    Choose to play in the morning or at night, a little bit every day or for longer sessions twice a week.


Are you a Hearing Healthcare Provider?

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Are you a good candidate for our program? Check out the questions below.

Based on your listening experiences, if you have significant problems because of your hearing loss, complete the following survey. Four or more YES responses suggest that you could benefit from clEAR auditory brain training

1.Do you have trouble understanding some women’s or small children’s voices when they are speaking?
2.Do you frequently ask people to speak up?
3.Do you find it difficult to follow a conversation in a crowded room or restaurant?
4.Do you find yourself saying “What?” or “Huh?” when someone is talking to you?
5.Do you have trouble following a conversation between the front and back seats of a car?
6.Do you hear better when the talker is facing you?
7.Do you find it helpful to sit “up front” at meetings, religious services, or events in order to hear better?
8.Do you experience difficulty understanding soft or whispered speech?
9.Have friends or loved ones commented on your inability to hear clearly?
10.Do you tend to “withdraw” at social gatherings?

Professional coaching is provided with your subscription.

Dr. Nancy Tye-Murray, CEO and Founder of clEAR

Dr. Nancy Tye-Murray CEO and Founder of clEAR and Professor at Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis

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