Monday, June 15, 2009

Headphones Options for Special Needs


Many times our students can't tolerate headphones to listen to music, be it because of sensory reasons, positioning reasons or something else entirely classroom staff and families run out of options after trying the standard options of ear buds, headphones and behind-the-neck-headphones. After moving up the ladder to the expensive ultra padded options and having those fail as well sometimes you need to explore other choices:

Headbands
Hats
Unique Earphones
Pillow Speakers
Other options include child size headphones (if sizing is an issue), speaker stuffed animals and speaker cases and bags.

4 comments:

  1. http://www.thinkgeek.com/electronics/portable-audio-video/daa1/?cpg=130H&head A cheaper source for sleep phones :-)

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  2. Nice post dear. Go to powermuff.com for best or cool Earmuff Headphones. check it.

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  3. My little one has Spina Bifida and everything is very loud to her. I wanted to know if they have headphones that would block some of the sound ? Thanks




























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  4. Fine method of telling, and enjoyable article to acquire factual statements.best in ear headphones

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