Early profound deaf children and adolescents have been reported to suffer from cognitive decline and attentional deficit. Twenty-five inattentive children and adolescents with bilateral prelingual profound deafness and 30 age- and gender- matched normal controls were recruited in this study. The resting state functional connectivity differences were analyzed between two groups. The results indicated a direct impact of early auditory deprivation on high cognitive networks. The usage of hearing aid was also found to normalize the connectivity between primary auditory cortex and attention network.