Planet Hearwell Yaziland

Planet Hearwell Yaziland consists of four games targeted at improving dichotic skills which is the ability to hear two different sounds presented simultaneously to each ear. The ability to hear competing stimuli is essential to the development of a strong healthy auditory processing system.

Game 1

Environmental sounds

Targets dichotic listening, auditory decoding, auditory memory, auditory sequencing, auditory attention, and overall listening skills.

Player is asked to identify environmental sounds by dragging corresponding picture to the ear that they hear it in. As game play advances the player will begin to hear the sounds closer and closer together until they are presented simultaneously, thus creating a dichotic listening experience.

Game 2

Letter sounds

Targets dichotic listening, auditory decoding, auditory memory, auditory sequencing, auditory attention, and overall listening skills.

Player is asked to identify letter sounds by dragging corresponding picture of letter to the ear that they hear it in. As game play advances the player will begin to hear the sounds closer and closer together until they are presented simultaneously, thus creating a dichotic listening experience.

Game 3

Numbers

Targets dichotic listening, auditory decoding, auditory memory, auditory sequencing, auditory attention, and overall listening skills.

Player is asked to identify numbers by dragging the correct number to the ear that they hear it in. As game play advances the player will begin to hear the numbers closer and closer together until they are presented simultaneously, thus creating a dichotic listening experience.

Game 4

Words

Targets dichotic listening, auditory decoding, auditory memory, auditory sequencing, auditory attention, and overall listening skills.

Player is asked to identify the words that they hear by dragging the corresponding picture to the ear that they hear it in. As game play advances the player will begin to hear the words closer and closer together until they are presented simultaneously, thus creating a dichotic listening experience.