Birth to Age Three Program
Providing the Tools Parents Need
Families form partnerships with Clarke’s experienced staff to create a supportive team dedicated to the success and development of each child. Caregivers discover how to enrich their baby’s life with meaningful sound and language through personalized family sessions, collaborative services, parent groups and home visits.
Families learn strategies to support language development through play, speech and listening activities, and share experiences and questions with other families in a supportive environment.
Reaching Families Remotely
Thanks to tVISITs (teleservices – Virtual Intervention Services for Infants and Toddlers), families can access Clarke’s early intervention services from anywhere.
Since its first session in 2013, Clarke’s tVISIT Program and additional teleservices have provided access to early intervention services for hundreds of children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Training and coaching for families
Optimized home learning
Understanding and building LSL skills during this pivotal time of development
Recent Clarke News
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.
Read the May-June 2021 issue of Equity and Access PreK-12!
Despite living over 110 miles away, Danny’s family knew that Clarke’s site in Jacksonville was where he needed to be to learn to listen and talk.