Have you ever driven somewhere and thought to yourself, “How did I get here?” Or read an entire chapter of a book with no memory of what it was actually about?
There are things that you can do to lessen the chances of getting a cold or the flu but if it’s truly your turn, then you need to be equipped to fight the war!
Stress. This is a word that is thrown around casually, almost dismissed, and deemed part of the human experience.
Jenna Lasby and Kathryn Allen, two CLE students taking classes at Austin Community College, experience stress and anxiety in their daily lives.
Diabetes affects a lot of people in the world, and one-third of all people with diabetes don’t know they have the disease as it often presents no symptoms.
Kudos to ALL of our students for their persistence and hard work this past year, not only academically, but for the strides they have made in independent living skills and social development as well! The path to independence is full of hard work and dedication.
It is important to recognize that each day brings successes - sometimes small successes, stepping stones to larger ones, and sometimes big successes, the ending of one chapter and the start of another.
Zach Hullings and Nicky Bleakley have been roommates and close friends ever since their arrival at CLE Rockville. But chances are neither dreamed that just three years later, they would have accomplished so much!
For young adults with autism-spectrum disorders, social anxiety, or other challenges in relating with others, making up ground in socialization is especially challenging.
We all know that looking for a job is a fulltime job that no one is paying you to do. At CLE Denver, we support our students with intentional programming designed to help students bulk up their resumes with work experience and learn the tricks of the trade when it comes to job searching, applications and interviewing. With that said, there are no guarantees for when our students will land that first job, and the process can be long, intense and sometimes daunting.