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Wednesday Webinar Series

The Clarke Wednesday Webinar Series is intended to make information about listening and spoken language development for children who are deaf and hard of hearing accessible to all.

We are delighted to be able to offer these webinars for free to all interested parties. Certificates of participation are available for all webinars and LSLS CEUs are available for select webinars. Please see below for details.

To register for any future webinars, or view archives of past webinars, click the titles below.

With questions, email webinars@clarkeschools.org.

Webinar Series 2 - Recorded videos

Partners in Learning: Supporting Parents of Infants and Toddlers who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing

AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language (LSLS) has approved this program for 1 CE Hour.

From November 5, 2014. Presented by Janice C. Gatty, Ed.D., Director of Child & Family Services for Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech Northampton and Barbara Hecht, Ph.D., Director of Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech Boston Area.


Back to School: Supporting Students with Hearing Loss in Mainstream Classrooms

AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language (LSLS) has approved this program for 1 CE Hour.

From September 10, 2014. Presented by Claire Troiano M.E.D., OTC, Director of Clarke Mainstream Services and Brittany Dorn, M.E.D., Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf for Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech Northampton.


Authentic Engagement: Empowering Parents to Participate During the Preschool Years

AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language (LSLS) has approved this program for 1 CE Hour.

From June 4, 2014. Presented by Meredith Berger M.S., Director of Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech New York and Melissa Oliver, M.E.D., Preschool/IEP Coordinator for Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech New York.


Brick by Brick: Building a Thriving Network of Listening and Spoken Language Professionals

AG Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language (LSLS) has approved this program for 1 CE Hour.

From April 2, 2014. Presented by Dan Salvucci M.E.D., Ed.M., Interim Director of the Smith College/Clarke Schools Master of Education of the Deaf Program and Judy Sexton M.S., C.E.D., LSLS Cert. AVEd., Director of Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech Pennsylvania.


Webinar Series 1 - Recorded videos

Family Centered Practice for Infants and Toddlers with Hearing Loss

From June 5, 2013. What have virtual home visits taught us about coaching and family centered early intervention?

This archived webinar can be accessed on our YouTube channel by clicking on the title above. You can also access the Transcript from this webinar.


How Do Infants and Toddlers with Hearing Loss Learn to Listen and Talk?

From March 13, 2013. Hearing aids and cochlear implants are only the beginning! An overview of strategies for providing auditory access and fostering early language development. This archived webinar can be accessed on our YouTube channel by clicking on the title above. You can also access the Transcript from this webinar.


From the Ears to the Brain

From January 23, 2013. Auditory perception in infants and toddlers and the development of the listening brain.

This archived webinar can be accessed on our YouTube channel by clicking on the title above. You can also access the Transcript, Questions/Answers or References from this webinar.


Childhood Hearing in the 21st Century

From November 28, 2012. New frontiers in auditory development and recent discoveries in infant hearing loss.

This archived webinar can be accessed on our YouTube channel by clicking on the title above. You can also access the Transcript or Questions/Answers from this webinar.


Accessibility and Captioning

Remote captioning services are available to all participants free of charge. To access remote CART, please open this link in another browser window several minutes before the start of each webinar: http://www.streamtext.net/text.aspx?event=CLARKE