Listening difficulties are a common issue in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder1

Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have:

  • More difficulty understanding speech in noise2
  • Deficits with auditory attention3
  • Greater perceived hearing difficulties2

Listening deficits have been associated with academic underachievement.1

Cut through distracting background noise and give children a chance to focus with a lightweight device that goes on their ears and an easy to use adaptive microphone for the caretaker/educator to wear. Are you ready for more information?

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Mitigate listening deficits with a Roger microphone system

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1. Ashburner, J., Rodger, S., & Ziviani, J. (2008). Sensory processing and classroom emotional, behavioral, and educational outcomes in children with autism

2. Rance, G., Saunders, K., Carew, P., Johansson, M., & Tan, J. (2014). The use of listening devices to ameliorate auditory deficit in children with autism. The Journal of Pediatrics, 164(2), 352 -57

3. Corbett, B. A., & Constantine, L. J. (2006). Autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Assessing attention and response control with the integrated visual and auditory continuous performance test. Child Neuropsychology, 12(4-5), 335-348