How are the results evaluated?

    Three evaluation criteria

    The listening test

    This is the first listening test that will serve as a basis for monitoring progress. We then conduct follow-up tests between each listening session and after completing the treatment.

    What if my child can't take a listening test?

    If your child is too small, or if his problems do not allow him to take the test, we replace it with a thorough history. It is this initial history, which we will compare with the following ones, that will allow us to evaluate the progression. The child's experience as well as the parents' observations are important.