In clinical audiology as audiologist, I am interested in new rehabilitation strategies and improved understanding of age-related hearing loss.


In the research area cognitive hearing science, I am involved in the research study "Listening environment for healthy aging", good auditory ecology for active and healthy aging. The research project examines which listening environments older people attend in, and which sound environments are perceived as challenging. Hearing aids do not always fully relieve in more demanding listening situations.


The new knowledge about auditory ecology can be used in the design of inclusive sound environments and new rehabilitation strategies. This will promote active and healthy aging as well as participation for older adults.

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