Deaf and Hard of Hearing, ADHD, + Beyond
Our product has been designed for people that are deaf, hard of hearing, and have ADHD. Around the world there are 360 million people that are deaf according to the World Health Organization. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Organization this includes 15% of children in the United States. . Those that go without intervention are estimated to fall 1 to 4 grades behind.
According to CHADD - The National Resource Institute on ADHD, 8.8% of children in the United States have been diagnosed with ADHD. It also affects 4.4% of adults. These numbers account for about 5.1 million children ages 4-17 and 13 million adults and many adults have not been diagnosed.