FM systems send sounds to the ears to help your child hear better, especially in noisy situations. They work by having a person, such as a parent or teacher, speak into a microphone. A transmitter sends the sounds from the microphone to a receiver, which may be built into your child's hearing aid or worn around the neck. Your child can use the system at school, at home or in public places. We can help you decide if an FM system is right for your child. We also assist in finding and fitting systems to best meet your child's needs.