Clarke serves more than 1,200 children with hearing loss and their families at our locations in Boston, Jacksonville, New York, Northampton and Philadelphia and also via teleservices.
In addition, we have trained over 1,500 teachers who use their special skills to serve children with hearing loss all over the world (50 states and 34 countries!).
What do we do?
Clarke teaches children who are deaf or hard of hearing to listen and talk. Our specially trained teachers, audiologists and speech-language pathologists help children with hearing loss to develop listening, literacy and spoken language skills using access to sound provided by hearing aids or cochlear implants.
What do we want to accomplish?
Our goal is to prepare children who are deaf or hard of hearing to transition to and succeed in classrooms in their neighborhood schools alongside their peers with typical hearing. Most children who come to Clarke transition to the mainstream by kindergarten!
- Early Intervention
- Mainstream Services
- K-8 Program
- Teleservices for Families
- Comprehensive Educational Evaluations
- Professional Development
- Clarke Hearing Center
- Summer Programs