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
Nell Rosenberg, Clarke’s national director of teleservices, discusses Clarke’s tVisit® Teleservices on Future Ear Radio.
Tune In! Child Life on Call Podcast Features Clarke’s National Director of Strategic Initiatives and Partnerships
Barbara Hecht, Clarke’s national director of strategic initiatives and partnerships, discusses children who are deaf or hard of hearing and who have additional challenges (DHH Plus).