February 20, 2018—Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech will recognize and celebrate Cochlear Implant Awareness Day on February 25. This global initiative celebrates technology that maximizes access to sound.[More]
February 1, 2018—During summer 2018, for the second year, the Frost Valley YMCA Summer Camp in Claryville, NY, and Clarke will provide programming for campers ages 8-15 who are deaf or hard of hearing ensuring their experience is rich and rewarding. Frost Valley is a pioneer in...[More]
January 12, 2018—Clarke Mainstream Services is requesting proposals for the 39th Annual Conference on Mainstreaming Students with Hearing Loss. This year’s conference will once again include a full line-up of educational workshops and inspiring keynote speakers and will be held on...[More]
January 9, 2018—We are so pleased to share that Clarke Jacksonville has recently been selected to receive a grant from the Embraer Foundation! [More]
October 3, 2015—On October 9, Clarke Pennsylvania will host a day-long professional development workshop. Managing Your Listening and Spoken Language Professional Learning Dashboard: Technology, Technique and Temperament will be presented by guest speaker Mary Ellen Nevins, Ed.D., a Professor and the Director of Auditory-Based Intervention at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences/University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Nevins is an experienced teacher of children who are deaf or hard of hearing and the former Director of PPCI, a continuing education program for speech and hearing professionals housed at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Nevins is recognized as a national expert on the educational issues facing children who are deaf or hard of hearing especially those using listening technologies to learn to listen and talk. Register for the Workshop now!
This provocative and interactive learning experience will suggest that there are three essential spheres of knowledge over which a listening and spoken language professional must have command: technology, technique and temperament. This program is especially designed for the educator, speech language pathologist, audiologist or early interventionist who has amassed knowledge and skills about listening devices, auditory skill hierarchies and the facilitation of spoken language acquisition for children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Professionals at any point in their professional learning, with the question: “Now what?” will have the opportunity to consolidate and clarify that which is known in order to create a personal learning plan that contributes to a vibrant and joyful career journey to improve outcomes for children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families. We also welcome family involvement in this professional learning day.
Held annually, Clarke Pennsylvania’s workshop series has attracted educators and therapists from throughout the country. Attendees for past workshops have come from as far as California, Ohio, and Maine. This continued growth and popularity is a testament to Clarke’s reputation as a leader in the fields of listening and spoken language development and teacher education. Visit our website to view other professional development opportunities.