We teach children who are deaf or hard of hearing to listen and talk.
Building the listening, learning and spoken language skills needed to help infants, children, teens and their families succeed
With Clarke’s expertise and today’s technology, there are no limits for children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
It’s possible for children born with hearing loss—even a profound hearing loss—to develop listening and spoken language skills comparable to their peers with typical hearing.
We offer programs & services for:
Clarke is the first and largest nonprofit organization of its kind, providing Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) services in homes, at our locations along the East Coast, in mainstream classrooms and via teleservices.
Clarke students successfully mainstream into their neighborhood schools, participate in extracurricular activities and develop the cognitive, academic, social and emotional skills they need for success in school and in life.
Recent Clarke News
Judy Sexton, Clarke’s chief program officer, has recently been published in District Administration. She shares best practices for facilitating success for students who are deaf or hard of hearing who use listening and spoken language in mainstream schools.
Read the May-June 2021 issue of Equity and Access PreK-12!
Despite living over 110 miles away, Danny’s family knew that Clarke’s site in Jacksonville was where he needed to be to learn to listen and talk.