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tVISIT Program

Delivering Early Intervention Services Remotely

Clarke’s tVISIT (teleservices Virtual Intervention Services for Infants and Toddlers) Program provides early intervention services to families of children who are deaf or hard of hearing, from birth to age three.

tVISITs are administered using a computer with a web camera and a microphone; a tablet (such as an iPad); or a smart phone with video communication capability.

Since the first session in 2013, tVISITs have provided access to early intervention services for hundreds of children who are deaf or hard of hearing.

What are the advantages of a tVISIT?

In-home services
In-home services
Bringing Clarke experts to you.
Increased access
Increased access
Get access to Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) professionals.
Flexible scheduling
Flexible scheduling
Build a custom schedule around your needs.
Increased Participation
Increased Participation
Opportunities for other caregivers to learn from Clarke professionals.
Record Sessions
Record Sessions
Refer to sessions at a later date or share them with other caregivers.

FAQs

How does a tVISIT work?

A Clarke practitioner and a child's caregivers connect via videoconferencing at an appointed time. The practitioner guides, coaches and helps the caregivers apply effective strategies that promote listening and spoken language development while engaging in everyday activities.

Can families still see their early intervention professional(s) in person?

Of course! While some families are supported only through tVISITs, others also receive in-person services from Clarke. When possible, Clarke offers this “hybrid model” of care in which families receive both in-person and tVISIT services.

Does a tVISIT offer the same standard of care as in-person sessions in the Birth to Age Three Program?

Yes, the child and family receive the same quality of support and early intervention services as provided by a Clarke professional on site in our Birth to Age Three Programs and, when applicable, as outlined on the IFSP (Individual Family Service Plan).

Can tVISITs help your family?

Outcomes

Families learn how to provide their child with a well-adapted learning environment at home, to increase their child’s access to meaningful sound, and to understand and implement techniques to build early Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) skills during the critical time of development from birth to three years of age.

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of families feel that tVISITs have increased their confidence in their ability to help their child.

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of families feel that tVISITs impart strategies used to build their child’s communication skills.

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of families feel that tVISITs have made Clarke services more accessible to their family.

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