Abstract Assistive Technology (AT) revolutionized the process of learning for special needs students during the past three decades. Thanks to this technology, accessibility and educational inclusion became attainable more than any time in the history of special education.
We develop and offer various training methods, which may help to involve students with hearing, impairs into a learning process.
Hearing loss is an actual problem for the modern society. Taking into account continuous noise pollution in cities, the World Health Organization predicts that by 2020 more than 450 millions of people in the world will suffer from moderate or severe hearing losses.