Programs & Services

Clarke’s Northampton campus provides a continuum of programs and services for children and adults.

For Children

tVISIT: Telepractice Virtual Intervention Services

Telepractice is the application of telecommunications technology to deliver professional services at a distance. Clarke’s tVISIT program provides telepractice early intervention services (tVISITs) to families of infants and toddlers with hearing loss. tVISITs are administered over the Internet using a personal computer and videoconferencing technology. Learn more about t VISITs.

Birth to 3 Programs - It’s Never Too Early to Start

Preschool/Kindergarten - Learning as a Family

Grades 1 through 8 – Nurturing Active Learning

Learn more about our innovative K-8 Program

Mainstream Services – Easing Transitions and Providing Direct Support

Comprehensive Educational Evaluations – Comprehensive Testing and Practical Recommendations

Summer Camp – Fun Adventures for Kids and Families

For Adults

Clarke Hearing Center – Patient Focused Hearing Health Care for All Ages

Masters of Arts in Deaf Education

Professional Development/Workshops for Professionals

Audiology

Audiology is a critical component of Clarke's services. It helps us monitor access to the brain. We work closely with audiologists to keep exams and assessments up to date, maintain the integrity of hearing technology and ensure children have moment-to-moment access to listening and spoken language.