Active Sound Cancelling Wireless Headphones Noise Suppression
Headphones With Bluetooth, earmuffs help for ASD Autism
Active Noise Cancelling headphones with foldable desgin
Super-Light Comfortable Headphones with Microphone
High-fidelity stereo sound quality with no audio delay function.
Ideal for TV/PC/Gaming and cell phones
Hands-free Controls on Earcup.
Additional audio line input, for use when battery is low.
Ultra-soft over the ear pads with adjustable headband.
Wireless & Wired modes 2 in 1
What's in the box?
Active Noise Cancellation Headphones
3.5 mm Audio Cable
USB Charging Cable
Quick User Guide
|Item Name||Noise Canceling NFC function headphone|
|Battery||300mAh polymer battery rechargeable|
|Support||USB Connectors foldable bluetooth|
|Compatible Brand||Devices, PDA, PC etc.|
|Transmit Range||Up to 20 meters|
|Frequency||2.402GHZ~2.480GHZ ISM Band|
|Blu~||V4.0+EDR class 2|
How Can Noise Cancelling Headphones Help with ASD and Autism
By wearing noise-cancelling headphones a person with ASD can
eliminate most of the background noise and reduce what remains to a
manageable level. This makes it possible to concentrate on other
tasks, relax, play games with others and many more activities that
are normally difficult or impossible. As well as helping the wearer
it’s convenient for the rest of the family too, as they can go
about whatever they’re doing in the normal way. A good pair of
headphones is also comfortable enough to be worn in bed if
necessary, and can help the wearer to get a good night’s sleep
without being woken up by noise. Plugs or ear defenders have been
used for similar purposes for many years but noise-cancelling ones
are far more effective; as well as absorbing much of the noise they
actively work to cancel what remains. They can also be connected to
a media player and used to play music, therapeutic sounds or even
audio books. Of course any conventional headphones that cover the
ears can also be used for this but noise, especially low
frequencies, can still penetrate.
When choosing noise-cancelling headphones the main factors to
consider are comfort and noise reduction capability. If headphones
are uncomfortable your child will be reluctant to wear them, and
children who’re hypersensitive to sound are also often very
sensitive to physical sensations and the texture of objects. A set
that completely enclose the ears rather than sitting flat on them
will usually be more comfortable as well as blocking noise more
effectively. The material of the ear cups is also important. Some
synthetic materials can trap moisture, causing an unpleasant clammy
feeling. Inert protein cushioning is usually the most comfortable.
The headphones’ noise reduction ability is obviously very
important. Most models reduce low frequency sounds very
effectively, but are less effective at cancelling higher
frequencies. Unfortunately many of the noises that cause the
biggest problems for people with ASD are high pitched, and
children’s’ ears are much more sensitive to high frequencies than
adults’. That means you should look for headphones with
full-spectrum noise reduction, such as the SmartStereo Headphones
capable of reducing sounds by at least 28 decibels are required for
the best results.
It’s not a good idea for your child to wear noise cancelling
headphones all the time; as well as shutting them off from social
interactions, which they should be encouraged to develop as much as
possible, they could also become over-reliant on the headphones if
they wear them too often. Instead they should be kept for when
noise becomes an immediate problem. This will also give your child
confidence, as they can experience the environment while knowing
they have support available if the aural stimulation becomes too
much for them. Depending on the age and self-confidence of your
child they may be able to decide for themselves when they need to
use them, or you can make the decision when it’s obvious they’re
having trouble with noise.
If you’re the parent of an autistic child you’ll know that finding
coping strategies can be difficult and there’s no magic solution
that works for everyone, but there’s growing evidence that where
hypersensitivity to sound is a problem noise-cancelling headphones
work very well for many people. If your child wakes up often in the
night, has trouble concentrating or often becomes agitated by noise
levels they’re definitely worth trying.