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Northampton, MA, February 18, 2010—Joe “Joey” Savarese Jr. hears what other high school basketball players cannot. While most athletes try to tune out the crowd noise at games – especially on the road – Savarese revels in the cheers or jeers that come with playing sporting events. Because when it comes to speaking and hearing, this Northampton senior takes nothing for granted.[More]

Canton, MA, November 30, 2009—Some preteens drive their parents nuts when they talk on the phone every night. But Elena Perlin of Stoughton can’t get enough of hearing her 12-year-old chatter away. Ten years ago, she wasn’t sure if her daughter Julia would ever speak. A month shy of her second birthday, doctors diagnosed Julia as profoundly deaf. ... Today, Julia speaks perfectly and is even learning Hebrew as a second language at a Jewish day school. In fourth grade, she learned to play the saxophone. And in kindergarten and first grade, she tested at above her grade level in reading.[More]

Boston, MA, November 21, 2009—Health insurance companies in Massachusetts do not have to cover hearing aids for children, and that can be a burden for some parents. A new bill is trying to change that. Click here to watch Clarke President, Bill Corwin discuss the importance of this legislation. (Air Date: 11.4.09 / 22 News WWLP)[More]