About Infant Hearing Loss
The sense of hearing
The sense of hearing is stimulated in the womb, much the way it is after a baby is born. Babies are bathed in the sound of the rhythms and melodies of their mother’s language months before birth. And infants’ brains are brilliantly designed to master the complexities of language by sheer immersion in sound within just a few years. This is a critical time period for brain development.
Limitless possibilities for children with hearing loss
Testing and Early Intervention
Clarke is committed to helping children who are deaf or hard of hearing reach their full potential.
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.