Item # CM6080

Forbrain

$359.99
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Product Description

Headphones that Develop Auditory Processing Skills

Forbrain is the name for groundbreaking headphones improve the perception of the voice by giving the auditory and nervous system a solid sensory workout. Forbrain retrains the way children process auditory information so that they no longer speak too loudly, too softly or have other problems with voice modulation. In fact, Forbrain can improve not just speech and language but many aspects of communication and learning.

  • Easy to use headphone/microphone provides auditory and vocal feedback
  • For kids with sensory processing disorder, autism and ADHD
  • Immediate results and feedback
  • Age 3+

Getting Started

Forbrain's simple technology can have a profound effect by changing the brain through strengthening the audiological loop, the auditory system and many associated brain functions. Capitalizing on bone conduction, Forbrain headphones employ a cutting edge, proprietary technology. Forbrain uses a patented electronic device that amplifies and patterns the user's voice. Using Forbrain just few minutes a day can make a profound difference in your child's speech and auditory processing abilities.

Ideas for Use

This easy-to-use technology simply requires speaking, reading or even singing out loud, so that the user's voice can be heard through bone conduction rather than air conduction through the ears. No matter how you provide audiological input to the Forbrain you'll enjoy the benefits!

Please note: This item will be shipped separately from the rest of your order. Please allow 1-4 weeks for delivery. Estimated date provided upon request. For returns, a 20% restocking fee is applied. This item has a 30 day return policy.

Helps With

Sensory Over Responding, Speech Issues

Details

2.72" W 6.3" W 8.26"

Is not designed for Stuttering or Tinnitus

2 year warranty

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Always select products for your child’s developmental abilities, which can differ from chronological age. Consult with your pediatrician or therapist for guidance.