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Clarke Jacksonville Students Enjoy an Interactive Play Space

July 10, 2018—Clarke Jacksonville recently installed a classroom magnet wall ball system! The innovative system provides an interactive play space that strengthens gross and fine motor skills, while fostering an interest in STEM skills. [More]

Getting the Word Out: Keeping Students Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing Safe in Mainstream Classrooms

July 5, 2018—Heather Stinson, an itinerant teacher of the deaf for Clarke, reflects on her work and Clarke's mission in Clarke's Hear Me Out blog. It's an honest look at this challenging and rewarding role, and serves as a resource for other itinerant teachers of the deaf....[More]

Pioneering Progress & Igniting Innovation through Listening and Spoken Language Education

July 2, 2018—Clarke shares best practices at 2018 AG Bell Convention [More]

Support the Susan Krupnick Scholarship Fund

June 25, 2018—Gifts made to the Susan Krupnick Scholarship Fund generously support a listening and spoken language education for students at Clarke Philadelphia. [More]

 
April 9, 2014

Salus University Audiology Students Fund and Create Clarke Care Kits


April 9, 2014—Last year when Salus University doctoral Audiology students visited Clarke Pennsylvania they were inspired by the students and staff. So much so, that they decided they wanted to help the school by providing a new supply of Clarke Care Kits.

The kits are distributed by early interventionists and audiologists along with information on each tool’s use and descriptions of how each tool improves the hearing aids’ functionality. The Clarke Care Kit includes a battery tester, dri-aid, tubing blower, and a listening tube. After raising and donating over $2,500, Salus University students provided the funding for 50 new Clarke Care Kits. Recently, students visited Clarke in Bryn Mawr to assemble the kits and they are now ready for distribution to Clarke's families. Clarke is grateful to their friends at Salus for providing these kits. They will give parents confidence that they are knowledgeable and able to care for their child’s hearing aids, and comfort in knowing their child is receiving the best access to sound possible at this time.