The Phonak EduLink-System in Students With Specific Performance Deficits in Speech-in-Noise Intelligibility

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    Recruiting
  • participants needed
    30
  • sponsor
    University Hospital Muenster
Updated on 7 November 2020

Summary

In the management and remediation of students with specific performance deficits in speech-in-noise intelligibility, most often, a "triad" approach for treatment is used, which includes direct therapy, compensatory strategies, and environmental modifications. The purpose of the study is to determine whether a new hearing aid, the Phonak EduLink-FM System, can improve specific performance deficits in speech-in-noise intelligibility. Participants will complete a test battery related to auditory processing, as well as some psychological tests and questionnaires. One group of participants with specific performance deficits in speech-in-noise intelligibility will receive the hearing aid for use in school; a second group will not. The effect of this treatment on auditory performance, school performance and satisfaction, attention and verbal learning and memory, self concept, behavior and listening effort following 26 weeks of hearing aid use will be compared across the groups.

Details
Condition Auditory Processing Disorder
Treatment hearing aid, Phonak EduLink-FM System
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT00167128
SponsorUniversity Hospital Muenster
Last Modified on7 November 2020

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