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August 17, 2016—We are very proud to announce that the Clarke Hearing Center won The Daily Hampshire Gazette’s 2016 Readers’ Choice Poll Award for best hearing center and hearing health services provider in the Pioneer Valley! [More]

August 6, 2016—To the Clarke Community: We wanted to share with you the very sad news that last night there was a fire in Rogers Hall (formerly owned by Clarke in Northampton). Fortunately, according to the fire department, no one was hurt. [More]

July 28, 2016—(Philadelphia, PA) Thanks to the advocacy of 10-year-old Clarke Philadelphia alumna Morgan Keely, the state of Pennsylvania has designated July 31 - August 6 as Cochlear Implant Awareness Week. Pennsylvania joins Virginia and Nevada as the third state in the nation to shine the spotlight on this important device—technology which many children who are deaf or hard of hearing use, in conjunction with intensive therapies from professionals, to help them listen and talk.[More]

May 9, 2016—We’re delighted to announce that Fontbonne University has been awarded a $1.25 million grant to fund student tuition for their Master of Arts in Deaf Education, a collaborative program with Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech. [More]

April 25, 2016—Clarke Northampton’s preschool students and their families recently joined in the regional festivities for the National Week of the Young Child, an annual celebration sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), which celebrates early learning, young children, their teachers and families.[More]

April 15, 2016—Today, many students who are deaf or hard of hearing are mainstreamed into public schools due to early detection, early intervention and drastic improvements in hearing technology. While this is a wonderful step in the realm of deaf education, it can be challenging for these students to make connections with others who are deaf or hard of hearing. As Clarke’s mainstream program continues to grow, it has become apparent that an increase in extracurricular activities—focusing on the development of meaningful, life-long relationships among deaf and hard of hearing students—is needed to foster social-emotional development. [More]

March 17, 2016—While it may seem far away, summer will be here before we know it! [More]

February 16, 2016—On Tuesday, February 16, Clarke Philadelphia was delighted to receive a visit from Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Connor Barwin (#98). [More]

February 15, 2016—Heather Stinson and Lea Reidy, mainstream teachers of the deaf from Clarke Northampton, were invited to host a workshop for the staff of Wachusett Regional School District in Sterling, Massachusetts on January 28, 2016. They presented to an enthusiastic and engaged group of thirty-eight professionals made up of speech and language pathologists, regular classroom and special education teachers, and occupational and physical therapists.[More]

February 3, 2016—Clarke Mainstream Services is requesting proposals for the 37th Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss. This year’s conference will include a full line-up of educational workshops and will be held on Thursday, October 13 and Friday, October 14, 2016 at the Marriott Hotel in Springfield, MA. The theme is “Speaking Up for Self-Advocacy!”[More]