Last updated on February 2018

FLI Normative Study


Brief description of study

Single center, cross sectional observational research design to collect normative data on the acquisition of listening skills in normally-hearing children aged 0-6 years of age.

Detailed Study Description

The primary objective is the assessment of listening skill acquisition in normally-hearing children aged between 0 and 6 years with the Functional Listening Index - Paediatric (FLI-P). The FLI-P has been developed to address a substantial gap in the current tools available to measure the development of auditory skills in children. The FLI-P provides a measure of listening skills acquisition in children from birth to six years of age (0 - 72 months). The FLI-P will be administered by an investigator who has received appropriate training in its use or completed by parents/caregivers themselves. The FLI-P assessment will be conducted using an application running on a Personal Computer, tablet or online device. There are no specific medical or surgical procedures involved in this clinical investigation and the FLI-P is a non-interventional application.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03410017

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Ruth Brookman, B. App. Sc.

The MARCS Institute Western Sydney University
Milperra, Australia
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