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School-Age Students

Providing specialized support to help children with hearing loss thrive academically and socially in their neighborhood schools

We work with children in mainstream classrooms; offer programs for socialization and leadership-building; and provide audiological services for maximizing access to sound.

School-Age Students

We serve children from kindergarten through high school, providing individualized speech therapy, facilitating transitions to new schools and offering families the resources they need to help their child thrive in new settings. See the list below of programs and services for school-aged children.

Our Stories

Dexter

Dexter has a single-sided profound hearing loss and wears a bone anchored hearing aid (BAHA) to help access sound. He started attending Clarke New York’s...

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Madeline, a Clarke alum

Madeline

Madeline’s diagnosis of moderately severe to profound hearing loss in both ears at the age of 18 months changed her...

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Jaden

Jaden

Jaden is six years old and a fun and outgoing first grade student who’s bound to always leave you with a smile. He has...

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Our professionals are here to help.

Please contact any of our locations to learn more about Clarke’s broad array of programs and services.