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CBS3 News and KYW Newsradio Feature the Listening Walk in Philadelphia!

May 21, 2018—Clarke's Listening Walk at the Philadelphia Zoo on May 20 was an exciting day for all! It began with a 5K run, followed by a listening scavenger hunt where children with hearing loss heard their favorite "zoo-tastic" sounds—the Phillie Phanatic, the official mascot...[More]

39th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss: Keynotes include Alexander, Nevins, and Gardner

May 16, 2018—Clarke Mainstream Services is thrilled to announce its keynote lineup for the 39th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss, which will be held on October 18 and 19, 2018. This annual conference is often praised for its outstanding content, which...[More]

SOLD OUT! Clarke's Listening Walk at the Zoo in New York

May 11, 2018—Are you registered for a Clarke Listening Walk? Thanks to your overwhelming support, Clarke's Listening Walk at the Bronx Zoo reached maximum capacity this week. [More]

Clarke Audiology Assistant Pursues Doctor of Audiology Degree

May 3, 2018—Congratulations to Sarah Verteramo, Audiology Assistant at Clarke, for acceptance in the University of Massachusetts Amherst Doctor of Audiology program! [More]

 
January 5, 2014

Clarke Speech-Language Pathologist Presents Webinar on iPad Apps


January 5, 2014—On November 25, 2013, Nina Fistler from Clarke Northampton traveled to Portland, Maine to co-present a webinar at the Maine Educational Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (MECDHH). Christa Cook of the Early Childhood Program at MECDHH served as co-presenter. The webinar, There’s An App for That: An Introduction to Using Apps to Target Spoken Language Skills, provided key information on speech and language iPad apps for parents and professionals working with children who are deaf or hard of hearing. The audience consisted of families, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, teachers of the deaf, and preschool and daycare staff. The presentation covered the features of a useful app, demonstrations of app use, and an overview of resources.

Viewers of the webinar could access multiple feeds during the presentation, including a video feed of the presenters, a CART transcript, a visual of the powerpoint presentation, and a visual of the iPad screen. These visual supports made the webinar especially accessible for people with hearing loss. The webinar also featured a message board system where participants could type questions and comments during the webinar, allowing the presenters to address questions in real time. A full archive of the webinar is available free of charge at: http://www.mecdhh.org/resources/webinars/webinar-archives/.