Clarke teaches 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.
Clarke offers 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.
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Recent Clarke News
As Clarke celebrates American Education Week this November, we’re honoring the work of educators who support students of all ages and generating awareness that impactful, safe, just and equitable learning is essential. For context, American Education Week was instituted in
On Friday, October 21, 2022, the Landon family of West Springfield, MA, presented a $10,900 check to Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech from the third annual “I Can Hear You Now” comedy fundraiser honoring the late Tammy Jacobson-Landon, an
Clarke is thrilled to announce the William Randolph Hearst Foundation has generously donated $100,000 to benefit all five Clarke sites in Florida, Massachusetts, New York and Pennsylvania. The Hearst Foundation conducted a virtual site visit with Clarke Boston in April
Webinar Series for Families: 10 Ways a Speech-Language Pathologist Can Support Your School-Age Child
This webinar will provide 10 strategic ways a speech-language pathologist’s skillset can help guide and support your child with hearing loss along the school-age continuum using a listening and spoken language approach. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) play an important role in
Webinar Series for Professionals: Trading in the One-Time In-Service for Consistent Communication with Teams
Participants will learn about the current research, challenges and best practices for serving students who have hearing loss and additional disabilities. This webinar will begin by examining the prevalence and wide range of additional disabilities that can co-occur with hearing
Event Details: January 15 – April 15, 2023 Virtual Clarke Presenter: Britt Coffey, PhD, MEd View all sessions Meeting Student Needs in a Consultation-Only Model By Britt Coffey, PhD, MEd Increasingly, the field of deaf education is moving toward an
Title IX Notice of Non-Discrimination
No student is denied access to any educational program or other activity of Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech on the basis of race, color, ethnic background, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation or handicapping condition that does not preclude learning in a listening and spoken language environment. Parents may request written materials in their primary language.
Clarke does not discriminate on the basis of sex in admission, administration of its educational programs or activities or employment. Clarke is required by Title IX and its implementing regulations at 34 C.F.R. Part 106 not to discrimination on the basis of sex in admission, administration of its educational programs or activities or employment. The Clarke HR Team, 45 Round Hill Road, Northampton, MA 01060, telephone number 413-582-1155, email firstname.lastname@example.org, has been designated as the employee responsible for coordinating Clarke efforts to comply with and carry out its responsibilities under Title IX. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and its implementing regulations at 34 C.F.R. Part 106 to Clarke may be referred to the HR Team or to the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights, at 400 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20202-1100, telephone number 800-421-3481.