The modules Facilitating Effective Auditory Rehabilitation 1 and 2 cover the scientific and clinical foundations of adult audiological assessment and rehabilitation. They build on Professional and Clinical Practice in Audiology 1 and Biopsychosocial Basis of Audiology from Part 1 of the programme, in which you learnt the scientific rationale and the practical skills for basic audiological procedures, and they support Professional and Clinical Practice in Audiology 2, in which you will be consolidating and extending your practical and professional skills. Facilitating Effective Auditory Rehabilitation 2 examines the wider impact of HL and tinnitus and explores interactions with known comorbidities. It considers the entire patient journey evaluating a range of non-technical rehabilitative tools and approaches and how these might be utilised. It introduces specialist technologies such as implantable devices and assistive listening devices.