Games 4 Hearoes 4+

Empower your hearing today‪!‬

Games 4 Hearoes

Designed for iPad

    • 4.4 • 17 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Track, adapt & empower your hearing today with 50+ gamified activities from vowels, consonants and narratives with content developed in collaborations with clinicians.

Empower your hearing today!

Hearoes is an interactive auditory training platform for those with Cochlear Implants, Hearing aids and hearing loss to help familiarise different environmental sounds, and vocabulary (such as Ling's Sounds, Vowels and Consonants) to improve auditory feedback with a clear understanding of how progress is being made.

We've collaborated with different audiologist and speech pathologist at hospitals to help bring engaging interactive auditory training different stages of their hearing journey to help hear new sounds and confidence today.

It combines proven assessments used in rehabilitation sessions and on-going training with gamified activities and interactions to create an aesthetically engaging and user-centric experience for recipients. Hearoes helps this critical stage of on-going training become less of a chore for those with hearing aids, cochlear implants, and hearing loss.

It features dynamic pathways covering 5 key proven modules and 30+ fun activities focused on learning a specific part in the hearing journey of new sounds.

Some of the key modules featured in Hearoes are:

- Environmental Sounds: Combination of daily sounds, such as in the kitchen, rural and farm, and music. Immerse yourself in different environments and hear the sounds around the theme.

- Introduction to Words: Featuring Ling's Sounds, High/Low Pitches and a wide range of different Syllables

- Singleton Vowels: Featuring a range of activities and difficulties around vowel sounds.

- Common Consonant Confusions: Helping to be familiar with common consonant sounds in initial, final and mix position.

- Understanding Sentences: Progressive narratives in common day scenes. Ranging from video clips (for visual cues like lip-reading) to audio with background noise to help learn in a comfortable notion.

We also have a feedback option built-in and would love to hear your thoughts, so we can continue to build a great product to help those with hearing loss feel comfortable in different environments.

What’s New

Version 1.2.21

Thanks to everyone's feedback, the app is now further improved.
What's New:
- New Vowels activities added;
- Optimised the onboarding experience.
- Some tweaks & optimizations internally & polished some rough edges throughout;

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

Decon7 ,

Not Working

Looks like a great tool, Got this app to help tech my two year old Granddaughter with implant. However, there is no sounds, Tried it on IPad & Iphone, same disappointing results

Developer Response ,

Hello,
Thank you for your review and sorry to hear about the challenges you had regarding the sounds. iOS devices have a mute function which mutes the sound from some apps, including ours. We're currently exploring this situation further for our next update.

In the meantime, some iOS devices (mostly iPhones) have a hardware mute switch on the side of the device (above volume control). Otherwise, if your iOS device doesn't have a hardware mute switch (mostly iPads), please access the "Control Centre" settings on your device and turn off "Silent Mode" (bell icon).

If you're still having issues with the sound please email me (hello@g4h.net.au) and I'll look into this further. If you do play Hearoes and have sound again, it would be very much appreciated if you could change your rating to reflect your most recent experience with the app. All the best with your grandaughter's hearing journey.
Regards,
Hearoes

LyssyD ,

Great Rehabbing

I downloaded several apps to help my rehabilitation after getting implanted. Hearoes is my favorite. A different app had uncommon sounds, and the words sounded wrong. I couldn't play them more than twice to hear the difference. This app lets me repeat the sounds as many times as needed after I get something wrong so I can better train my brain to recognize it. The sounds are common, and I can do scenarios that mimic real-world listening. The games also help make it fun!

kled412 ,

No pressure aural rehab

I just downloaded this today a few days after I received my processor for my new cochlear implant and this was just the encouragement that I needed. It is helping me see that though I have so much work left to do, that I am already starting to hear SOME distinction that I wasn’t convinced I was hearing. It is still just a bunch of beeps that I am hearing but somehow I am still scoring a little better than I would with random selection. I needed this boost of confidence

App Privacy

The developer, Games 4 Hearoes, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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