Seven-year-old August, who has a unilateral hearing loss, attends online mainstream school with the support of his family and his Clarke team.
Families and educators are sometimes skeptical of the idea of providing services remotely to children with hearing loss. But Clarke’s history in this area has proven those fears to be unfounded.
As students who are deaf or hard of hearing settle into their classrooms each fall, an acoustic assessment of these spaces is key to helping them thrive.
Clarke’s programs in Massachusetts have received full approval and meet standards for Approved Private Special Education Programs through August 31, 2024.
Clarke’s signature magazine highlights the programs, services, families and professionals who make the Clarke community so vibrant! On the Cover: Clarke alum Janette, left, a student in her local mainstream kindergarten, has received Clarke services since she was 18 months...
Dear Clarke students and families, On behalf of the Clarke Team, I want to welcome you to the 2021-22 school and program year! We are ready to guide, teach, mentor, support and coach you, alongside the hundreds of infants, toddlers,...
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.