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.
Podcast hosts Kim Dutro Allen and Dr. K. Todd Houston interview Dr. Barbara Hecht, director of Clarke Boston, for an episode of Telepractice Today.
Thanks to many Clarke friends—and families from wider communities—Open Your Heart With Clarke: Family Yoga Fundraiser was a great success!
The May issue of The Hearing Journal features advice from Clarke experts about the importance of support team collaboration.
To raise awareness, knowledge and understanding of the options available to those with hearing loss, we are posting inspiring links, stories and resources throughout May. Be sure to check back daily and follow along on social media with the hashtag #ClarkeVillage.
For high school seniors bound for higher education, the pandemic continues at a pivotal time in life. Seniors are closing a monumental academic chapter in an unprecedented way and preparing to start a new chapter with many unknowns. The pandemic presents many academic and social challenges, yet students like Avani Shandilya, a Jacksonville, FL high school senior at Allen D. Nease High School and Clarke alum, persist with confidence.