It starts with access.
A child’s capacity to talk and be understood starts with technology that gives them appropriate access to the sounds of speech. Once they have access, a child can be taught to listen, with the guidance of professionals, including teachers of the deaf and speech-language pathologists, trained in Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) strategies and techniques.
With Clarke’s Auditory, Speech and Language Services, professionals analyze each child’s ability to hear specific sounds, identify auditory, articulation and language concerns and dedicate time to building the speech and language skills needed for success in a hearing world.
Families are key! Clarke professionals work with caregivers, transferring knowledge and skills to optimize learning opportunities in the home.