Designed for autism.
Children with Autism or Auditory Processing Disorder often have a hard time with noise. Background noise is a constant nuisance and causes major difficulty when it comes to processing information and sorting the important from the unimportant.
Specially for children who have noise sensitivity.
Ideal for blocking noise caused by large crowds, airports, sporting events, garden and household tools, or any other troublesome noise
Perfect for kids on the autism spectrum for blocking out crowds and other triggers.
Headphones can lower the overall decibel rate of background noise while still allowing your child to hear someone speaking to them.
- Lightweight and extremely comfortable for your children.
- Padded ear cushions offer superior comfort and a snug fit.
- Designed to fit smaller ears, providing a good seal around the ears.
- Foldable and Portable.
- Easy to use.
- Noise reduction rate: 22 decibels
*Due to Covid-19 you may experience shipping delays. We apologize for this inconvenience.*
I'm so happy with this earmuffs!
I have a 5yrs old son with autism and he is really sensitive to the heavy noise. We went to the monster jam and was super happy enjoying the monster trucks and comfy with the noise!!! This product is awesome! i really love it! Thanks!
These have been a life saver! My 6 year old daughter has anxiety problems and noisy places make her "brain too busy' and she gets quickly overwhelmed and frightened. I brought these for a trip to Disney and they worked out so much better than I could've imagined.
I can't tell you how pleased I am with these ear protectors, they have really helped our whole family as we can now do so much more with our daughter.
These are exactly what we have been looking for! I bought these for my granddaughter who is in the autism spectrum. It was hit and miss at first but she is using them more regularly now and she is much less agitated. Such a small price for such a huge relief to her and her family!
These little earmuffs are great. I got them for my son who is likely on the Autism Spectrum when he started showing signs of sensory issues. He fought wearing them at first, but after a pretty bad episode I put them on him and it was like it clicked that things got quieter. Ever since he has been perfectly okay wearing them! They help too! I can tell because when he starts covering his ears a bunch and I put them on... he will lift up one side and listen for a second before putting it back down or removing them all together. He actually checks to see if he is okay or if he still needs them. So I know they reduce sound for him. My son is non verbal so paying attention to what he does is enough to know they are helping!
So if your child is ASD I highly suggest these.