Meeting the ongoing hearing needs of Clarke families and the broader community
Clarke’s experienced staff and partners support the audiology care of infants, children and adults.
Additional services are offered at the Massachusetts-based Clarke Hearing Center, as well as through local partnerships with hospitals.
Clarke works with individuals with hearing loss, and their families and caregivers, to provide increased access to sound and optimized auditory experiences in their homes and learning environments.
Like most caregivers who discover their child was born with a hearing loss, Nina and Spencer worried at first how...Read More »
Genie’s journey at Clarke began when her family moved almost 8,000 miles—from the United Arab Emirates to the U.S.— to...Read More »
Trysta, born deaf, received cochlear implants soon after her first birthday. “My parents have taught me that the cochlear implants...Read More »
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Tune In! Social-Emotional Learning Podcast Features Clarke Education Support Specialist
Tune in to the BIG PICTURE Social Emotional Learning Podcast to hear Sherri Fickenscher, M.S., LSLS Cert. AVEd, teacher of the deaf and education support specialist at Clarke, discuss the importance of social-emotional instruction and support for children who are
Clarke Teacher of the Deaf Co-Authors Article on Korean Immigrant Experience During COVID-19 Pandemic
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American Education Week, Leadership Transition & Clarke’s Vision
As Clarke celebrates American Education Week this November, we’re honoring the work of educators who support students of all ages and generating awareness that impactful, safe, just and equitable learning is essential. For context, American Education Week was instituted in