Here are some things you might want to consider:
Architectural modification – to improve the acoustic quality of the listening environment.
Assistive Listening Device(s) – to improve the signal to noise ratio. These devices amplify specific things, unlike hearing aids which amplify everything.
Auditory Training – this should be deficit specific, based on the particular auditory processes the assessment showed were impacted. This is why at Hearing Kids we offer such a large variety of therapy options.
Dyadic reading between a child and a caregiver. (This can be done with an older adult as well with some finesse.)