Group Aural Rehabilitation (Group AR) is an effective way to bring together multiple clients and communication partners to discuss their experiences with hearing loss and hearing technology. Our guide will help you organize your group and provides inspiration for your sessions.
What are the benefits?
Read more about the benefits for you and your clients in conducting Group AR sessions
Hearing care professionals discuss how Group AR has made their job more meaningful, reduced returns, and helped clients learn from each other.
People with hearing loss and their communication partners tell how Group AR provided them with support and helped improve their quality of life.
Consider these key things before you get started with Group AR
Use these session plans to lead group discussions on topics of interest to your clients
Essential information for running a group, including ground rules, managing participant emotions, and evaluation forms
Provide a space of support and information for parents with children with hearing loss
Browse our selection of research articles supporting the effectiveness of Group AR
There are many ways of organizing Group sessions. Read about a Group AR approach developed by the University of Queensland, an Ida Institute partner
Meet the people who developed the Group Aural Rehabilitation guide