A multisite randomized controlled trial examining the effectiveness of the Listening and Communication Enhancement (LACE) was conducted. Standard-of-care hearing aid intervention was supplemented with DVD LACE training, computer-based LACE training, placebo training (listening to digitized books), and educational counseling. Participants were 279 Veterans. Data for five behavioral and two self-report measures were collected at baseline, immediately following the intervention period, and at 6-months post-intervention. There were no statistically significant main effects or interactions involving intervention on any outcome measure, leading to the conclusion that LACE training does not improve outcomes over provision of hearing aids alone.