Building Skills for Success in a Hearing World
Clarke supports children who are deaf or hard of hearing in achieving success in social relationships, literacy and lifelong learning using listening and spoken language–particularly the language(s) of their homes and communities.
In the 2021-22 school year, Clarke served 941 children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families in listening and spoken language programs.
Clarke partners with as many children and families as possible across five sites and through a variety of programs and services. It’s common for children to transition between programs over the course of a year. The following presents a snapshot of supporters, partnerships, and children served as of June 30, 2022.
of participating caregivers agreed or strongly agreed that tVisits have made Clarke services more accessible to their family
of participating caregivers agreed or strongly agreed that tVisits have increased their confidence in their ability to help their child
Salvatore, born with severe to profound hearing loss, started with Clarke through the Birth to Age Three Program at four...Read More »
Joey was diagnosed with moderate severe sensorineural hearing loss in both ears within her first week of life.Read More »
Allison, diagnosed as profoundly deaf at birth, soars in high school with Clarke’s Mainstream Services.Read More »