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CARL is advancing hearing healthcare through simulation by enabling better care, better products, and better experiences.

CARL is the only patient simulator platform to combine a physical patient simulator with clinical resources and curriculum to maximize clinical success.

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CARL has become an invaluable piece of equipment at the Centre for Applied Audiology Research and we use it daily. CARL is a very patient test subject and we perform countless measurements with REM equipment to gauge how various hearing aid features fare in real life use.

It has been a wonderful and quick way for us to verify performance of numerous prototype hearing aids, as well as hearing aids and accessories currently on the market. For CARL, we have created dozens of custom molds of different types and venting. Only our own creativity sets the limits for use of this fantastic development tool!

Susanna Love Callaway
Director of Clinical Audiology, Oticon A/S

The number one thing for a successful hearing aid user is getting the hearing aid on their ear properly. If the client can’t get the hearing aid on their ear, they can have the best devices in the world - they’re not going to work.

At Hearing Beyond, we use training tools like the CARL simulator to effectively teach patients about their hearing devices - it is a gamechanger for clinical practice.

Frank Talarico
Audiologist & Owner, Hearing Beyond

Overall, having access to a set of CARL Simulators has allowed me to overhaul my teaching, for the better. I am able to do a better job, more consistently, and set up experiential learning activities that have high face validity and that can be expected to transfer to clinical practice. At this point, I can safely say that I wouldn't teach without CARL. He is a game changer.

Susan Scollie
Director, National Centre for Audiology

I used CARL during my practical evaluations this semester. It was much easier (and FERPA compliant) than trying to do hearing aid fittings on myself or requiring a student to bring a peer for their evaluation.

Lindsey Jorgensen
Associate Professor, University of South Dakota

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