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Children's Learning Center (Alameda, CA)
Does anyone have experience with the Children's Learning Center in Alameda? We have a son with emotional challenges and ADHD who is not being well served by the WCCUSD public schools, and we are considering CLC. We would appreciate any and all comments, positive or negative. Thanks!
His, and our, experience has been nothing but positive. He has grown socially, academically and is beginning to make friends.
The staff is outstanding, Attentive, communicative on a daily basis. They genuinely care about our child. He still has problems and issues come up frequently, but with the help of the staff and the safety procedures, he is learning to deal with them.
If something is not working, the staff makes immediate changes to achieve positive results. They have zero tolerance for bullying, they are inclusive and very open minded. Its a safe and positive environment for everyone.
Please feel free to e-mail me if you need more information. A proud CLC mom.
Re: Student with mild aspergers looking for high school
There is another wonderful school in Alameda, Children's Learning Center. C.L.C. has 2 campuses, one for grade school and the other for middle school and high school. C.L.C. provides are a small, warm, school environment with a thoughtful sensitive behavioral system, which encourages/supports students to grow and stretch. The classes are very small. The teacher's are amazing. The staff stays for years and years because it is such a supportive learning environment. There are spot on for academics. They work on supporting and learning social thinking (speech pragmatics, social skills). CLC provides a behavioral piece and services are a bit more intensive as I understand it than Bayhill. So, it is for a child or adolescent that needs a bit more structure and support. CLC has sports teams, cheerleading, and the best talent show. The info is: Children's Learning Center,1910 Central Avenue, Alameda, CA. 94501, phone 510-769-7100. Wishing you the best in your search!!! Parent of teen at C.L.C.
CLC has been a godsend for my autistic grandson. He attended 3 different schools in the WCCCSD -- each a disaster -- over a period of less than a year and a half before he was placed at CLC. He is a different child, growing, learning, achieving and is very happy. I would recommend CLC to anyone who has a child on the autistic spectrum. n
Re: High School for learning disabled teens
I missed your original post but I wanted to mention Children's Learning Center in Alameda. They have two separate buildings, one for younger kids and the other for kids up through high school. My son went there for six years and was able to transition to the public high school full-time. I never paid for any of it because I hired a special ed lawyer (for the second time) who negotiated with the school district and got approval for my son's placement there. However, this agreement happened nine years ago, so I'm not sure how different things are now. Nancy
Re: Special Ed Program for 11-y-o with ''Emotional Disturbance''
I highly recommend Children's Learning Center (CLC), which is a private school for learning disabilities in Alameda. They accept kids with a wide range of issues including emotional disturbance. My son, who has Asperger's Syndrome, has attended for 6 years and will be able to fully transition to the local public high school because of everything this school has done. The staff is dedicated, caring, and extremely well trained. The academic program is very strong, so the kids actually learn and are not just babysat (which happened in my son's previous public school). I credit this school for giving my son a new life, one in which he has close to a normal future. I suggest you contact the school and see if you think it is a good fit for your son. Their phone number is (510) 769-7100.
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