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Making the Connection: FM Systems and Cochlear Implants

By: Madell, J. , Chute, P. & Kooper, R. (2002, September 10). The ASHA Leader.
In the classroom, on the playground, and at school, competing noise prevents children who have hearing loss from clearly hearing a spoken message. Even with the best possible technology in cochlear implants, children who are hard of hearing will hear best when the speaker is within three feet and there is no competing noise.
Unfortunately, this is seldom the case.
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