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Most pediatric Cochlear implant (CI) recipients may experience speech recognition difficulties in acoustically challenging situations and environments. The classroom is an environment that can interfere with listening and reduce academic ability depending on factors such as number of students per class, reverberation, the distance between the teacher and students, and existence of internal or external background noise. The FM system dramatically improves the individual's Signal to noise ratio (SNR) by delivering the teacher's voice directly to the child's ear with a safe and appropriate volume. In our study, children with CIs showed poor speech perception without the help of the FM system in challenging listening conditions such as 0 dB SNR. As a result of using the FM system, both word and sentence scores were significantly improved. In addition, FM system can be beneficial in improving attentiveness, hyperactivity, behavior problems, and emotional symptoms in school life. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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