Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech transforms lives of children who are deaf and hard of hearing by helping them develop the skills they need to succeed in the speaking world. Today, more than 700 children and their families benefit from programs and services at our five campuses: Boston, Jacksonville, New York, Northampton and Philadelphia. Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech has been developing the listening and speaking skills of children with hearing loss for 145 years. Clarke teaches children how to listen and speak, laying the foundation of language and communication for fully engaged lives. Clarke partners with families as they navigate the learning process, helping them identify options and make informed chioces to maximize their child's potential. Clarke responds to the needs of the whole child - social, academic, psychological - creating confidence and independence. Clarke offers comprehensive network of integrated services to people of all ages. Our programs and services include: birth to 3 programs, preschool/kindergarten, school programs, summer programs, mainstream services, educational evaluations, hearing services (for children and adults), professional development and training.
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