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Noise-cancelling headphones, earplugs and earmuffs – do they really help neurodivergent people?

By Kitty-Rose Foley, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health, Southern Cross University
Some devices simply block sound. Others cancel out noises using sound engineering. There is positive, but limited, research that suggests they might be useful for autistic or ADHD people.The Conversation

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