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Hearing Pocket

Hearing Pocket Onesies Body Suit for Baby

The easiest way for your baby to wear their cochlear implant!

The Hearing Pocket for infants is the ultimate hassle-free solution for wearing the cochlear implant. The 100% cotton bodysuit (otherwise known as a onesie) is fitted with a roomy pocket on the infant's upper back which holds the processor safely in place, out of the little one's reach. The pocket closes securely with a snap enclosure, which will ensure that the processor does not slip out with the constant movement of the child. Its location allows for easy access to the pocket and the processor.

The bodysuit is constructed of 100% ring-spun cotton, short-sleeved for year-round wear. The infant's Hearing Pocket is only compatible with the Nucleus® Freedom™ body worn processor. The pocket can even accommodate two Nucleus® Freedom™ Processors for those infants that have received bilateral cochlear implants.


  • Designed exclusively for the Nucleus® Freedom™ body worn processor
  • Secured with reinforced snaps for a secure, but easy to open enclosure
  • Onesie is constructed from durable 100% cotton to ensure long lasting comfort and durability
  • Provides a hassle-free solution for the placement of the infant's cochlear implant
  • Short sleeves appropriate for comfortable year-round wear
  • Soft, snuggly fabric that is thick and textured for comfort and durability
  • Double-ply neck bands and trims for added strength

Care Instructions: Machine wash warm with like shades. Use only non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry medium.

Size Instructions: The Infant Bodysuit is available in 24 & 36 month sizes. Due to the nature of the fabric, it tends to shrink slightly after laundering. Many infants that are only one year old can be suitably fitted with the 24 month size. We will be glad to provide any assistance with any sizing questions you may have.

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