Providing listening and spoken language services to Boston-area families
Located in Canton, MA, Clarke Boston is a resource and school for children who are deaf or hard of hearing that includes four acoustically-treated classrooms, six therapy rooms, a caregivers’ space and a lively playground designed for small children.
Programs & Services
Clarke Boston’s Programs and Services
At Clarke Boston, we serve children who are deaf of hard of hearing—from newborns to teenagers—with a customized education intended to meet listening and spoken language goals.
With a focus on the whole child, Clarke Boston’s many programs and services are designed to build skills in listening and spoken language and literacy, while also cultivating the individual social, emotional and cognitive tools each child needs to thrive.
Clarke Boston has a program to fit your needs...
Whether you want to maximize the early language development of your baby, find a supportive and personalized preschool class for your toddler or support your student at their mainstream school.
Clarke Boston Mainstream Services
Admission & Enrollment
Clarke Boston is here to help you make an informed decision about your child’s education and communication.
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How students are funded
Students at Clarke Boston, a resource and school for children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families, are typically placed here and funded in partnership with their hometown school districts.
Clarke admits children who are deaf or hard of hearing and provides services to our families regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability.
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See our vibrant classrooms and professionals at work!
Interested families are invited to tour our Clarke Boston site, where you will meet Clarke professionals, see our acoustically-optimized space and learn more about our programs and services.
For Current Families
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Recent Clarke News
Mercy, a youth leader and Clarke mainstream student, shares her experiences as a student with a disability and discusses the value of mentoring on a Forbes blog.
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