Our team recognizes there is no one-size-fits-all formula when it comes to young adults seeking independence. In order to maximize opportunities for success, we provide students with guidance and instruction that is based on their growth and development.
Since success will look different to each student, we take the time to learn about their needs, interests, and goals. This approach allows our team to provide support that aligns with their personal transition to adulthood.
CLE is not considered an academic institution, though we do partner with area academic universities, community colleges and technical schools where many of our students attend. Our services are not credit bearing, but students are simultaneously enrolled in our program while they pursue their degree or certificate.
Consider us a wrap-around support service that provides the necessary supports in areas of academics, social skills, living independently and career development.
It is common for students to have a diagnosis of an autism spectrum disorder, specific learning disability, ADHD, cerebral palsy, or other types of cognitive delays.
Though there is no single box that all students fit in to, there is a common thread that each student has the motivation or desire to attend CLE and, if living independently, can safely do so with the right surrounding support.