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Pierce

Our Stories

Pierce was born with microtia/atresia and began his journey to listen and talk in Clarke New York’s Birth to Age Three Program. Pierce’s family, including his grandparents, remained engaged with the Clarke community long after their move from the city. Now seven years old, Pierce is thriving! He’s doing well in school,  is surrounded by many friends, and is passionate about  baseball and soccerLooking ahead, Pierce is excited to attend sleepaway camp this summer.  

In a recent note to the New York team, Pierce’s mom wrote, “Life has gotten busy, but Clarke has the most special place in our heart.” 

We are excited to see where Pierce will go next! 

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Karas

Karas is a confident and positive child who effortlessly speaks both English and Arabic. 

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Ava

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AJ

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Daniel

Meet Daniel, a College Student with Usher’s Syndrome Majoring in Meteorology and Atmospheric Science.

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Clarke alum, Sofia

Sofia

Meet Sofia, a Clarke Philadelphia alum from 2010, who is currently pursuing a Liberal Arts Degree from Smith College. Sofia was born with hearing loss in Guatemala and adopted by her current family in the United States.

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