I am working with a 6 year old who has a few challenges. Quite often (when distressed), loud noises bother him too much. Occupational Therapist suggests using of noise cancelling headphones. Unable to decide if the parents need to keep buying some cheap headphone every 6 months or buy a good one to last a bit. Any advice?
Any recommendations for a noise cancelling headphone please? Will be used in school when it gets noisy, in recess and after school care. I have let him use my Bose QC 35 headphones on a few indoor occasions which help him a little bit - I don't think headphones like the QC 35 will reasonably block out a class full of loud year 1 kids (and are fairly expensive). I think the recommended
headphones will have to be sturdy and battery operated as, in class we could just expect him to put them on and block out the noise - but should be able to use them when home watching a movie. Any wireless headphones that just play whitenoise?
Ear plugs seem to be the best option to me - but I wanted to find out if there are other options before recommending this.