Clarke now offers a full range of Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) services virtually, for children of all ages and their families.
We provide a comprehensive continuum of virtual services—from infancy through the college search, with family-centered coaching, self-advocacy training, robust mainstream support, audiological consults and everything you’ll need in between.
How Do tVisit Teleservices help Families?
Seven-year-old Josie benefits from Clarke’s tVisits in her mainstream school. In this video, her mother, Elizabeth, explains the benefits of the program.
Who can benefit from tVisit Teleservices?
Benefiting from a caregiver-coaching model, families bring their real, day-to-day experiences to virtual sessions where Clarke experts create a safe, instructional space for learning and guided practice. Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) strategies are integrated into each family’s unique home life—whether that’s cooing with a newborn or evaluating accommodations at the university level.
Curious about the tVisit experience?
Watch this video to learn more.
tVisit Services for Families
Contact us for a free consultation
30-, 45- or 60-minute sessions
Speech-language pathologists and teachers of the deaf use a caregiver-coaching model to target listening, language and broader developmental skills.
Contracted tVisit Services for Agencies, Mainstream Schools and Districts
Supporting students in preschool through high school
For students in preschool through high school, Clarke’s certified teachers of the deaf train and coach mainstream administrators and educators to ensure the success of students with hearing loss who use listening and spoken language. Teachers of the deaf meet regularly with students and their families to share and apply strategies and best practices for academic and social success.
What are the advantages of a tVisit?
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.