Connect with other families in a warm, supportive setting
Support groups are available virtually and at all Clarke locations, providing a space for families to come together, share their experiences and seek the guidance of Clarke’s knowledgeable Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) professionals.
Family is the most influential factor in a young child's life.
Supporting, coaching and encouraging caregivers is central to Clarke’s teaching philosophy.
At our Support Groups, families and caregivers come together with Clarke’s teachers of the deaf and early childhood specialists to talk about challenges; share stories; and receive practical advice in a caring space. Families can ask questions in a supportive environment, learn from others’ experiences and discover new strategies for fostering listening and speaking skills in their daily lives.
Visit our Events page to view our list of Support Groups. Participate virtually or filter by location to see what’s available in your area.
Salvatore, born with severe to profound hearing loss, started with Clarke through the Birth to Age Three Program at four...Read More »
Joey was diagnosed with moderate severe sensorineural hearing loss in both ears within her first week of life.Read More »
Allison, diagnosed as profoundly deaf at birth, soars in high school with Clarke’s Mainstream Services.Read More »