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Clarke's Resources

Whether you are the guardian of a newly diagnosed infant or a college student learning about communication disorders, Clarke is here to answer your questions and support your quest for information. Hearing health and the education of children who are deaf or hard of hearing are evolving fields. Clarke leaders deliver a continuum of services to support children and adults with hearing loss, while also participating in research projects and best-practice sharing.

Clarke's How-to Video Collection

Watch and share helpful videos for maintaining hearing assistive technology from the experts at the Clarke Hearing Center.

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Clarke's Publications

Clarke’s publications include the Clarke Speaks Up Blog, the Hear Me Out Blog, Mainstream News and the Impact Report, among others.

Blogs

Clarke Speaks Up Blog

Families and professionals rely on Clarke Speaks Up  to learn about uplifting stories from the Clarke community and up-and-coming news from a leader in the field. 

 

Hear Me Out Blog

A blog for itinerant teachers and other professionals working with students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Magazines and Reports

Clarke Speaks Magazine

Find past issues of Clarke’s annual magazine, highlighting the programs, services, families and professionals who make the Clarke community so vibrant!

Impact Report

An annual snapshot of Clarke’s work and community of support

Newsletters

Talking About Florida

A quarterly newsletter that serves as a resource for families and professionals.

Clarke Connection

Access past issues of Clarke’s bi-monthly newsletter.

Mainstream News

Clarke publishes Mainstream News online three times per year (fall, winter, spring) as a resource for educators and families.

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Clarke Events

Webinar Series for Professionals

Perspectives on a Listening and Spoken Language Approach to Supporting Children with Unilateral Hearing Loss  Children with unilateral hearing loss can experience delayed early language development and development of some parts of the brain. It’s a neurological emergency on par

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May is Better Hearing and Speech Month

Event Details: May 2022 Celebrated Internationally Clarke joins ASHA and an international effort designed to raise public awareness, knowledge and understanding of the options available to those with hearing loss. Join the conversation on social media, tag @clarkeschools and add the hashtags

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