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The tools and strategies families need to support listening and spoken language in the natural environment

We understand hearing loss in toddlers and provide customized education for toddlers learning to listen and speak.


Toddlers with hearing loss and their families can access Clarke's specialized programs and services at a Clarke location and in the natural environment, including the home, daycare, the library, etc., and even remotely through teleservices. Our interdisciplinary team of professionals understands hearing loss in toddlers and focuses on the whole child to build skills in listening and spoken language and literacy, while also cultivating the individual social, emotional and cognitive tools each child needs to thrive.

Learn more about our listening and spoken language programs for toddlers below.

Our Stories

From left, Molly Schoenfeld, MS, CCC-SLP, TSSLD, Clarke speech-language pathologist, in tVISIT sessions with Leah and her mother, Kim

Leah was diagnosed with bilateral severe sensorineural hearing loss and was just under 10 months old when her family began...

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Muhammad has a bilateral hearing loss and began working with Clarke as a preschooler. In addition to his classroom experience,...

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Leighton - Clarke Schools Stories

Like most caregivers who discover their child was born with a hearing loss, Nina and Spencer worried at first how...

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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.