IDEA 2004 is the federal special education law that governs services for students with disabilities in schools. This law says that all students must have access to the curriculum of their educational peers. One major way our students have access is through their amplification. If they do not understand how it works and can not do basic troubleshooting, they will not have auditory access when something malfunctions. A basic requirement to manage and troubleshoot equipment is to know the names of the parts and what they do. This product provides 8 activities for students to learn the parts and functions of their DM systems in fun, brain-based ways. Our students are going to have their hearing losses for the rest of their lives and learning how their equipment functions and how to use it will go a long way to pave the way for them to become good self-advocates and successful learners.