A year of CARE

With October being the awareness month for kids with specific learning difficulties, CLES extended their support for kids who learn and think differently and their families by shedding the light on its humanitarian initiative, Care by CLES, which has been actively working since October 19 and has helped 8,000 families so far through the distribution of food and hygiene parcels.

Care by CLES helped restore homes and provided free psychological support in the aftermath of the August 4th explosion that detonated in the city of Beirut. With schools re-opening gradually, CLES offered bags and stationary supplies to more than 20,000 children all over Lebanon.

During October 2020, Mrs. Carmen Chahine Debbane held interviews with the media to talk about specific learning difficulties and how CLES provides free individualized assistance to children between the ages of 3 and 12 years old facing specific learning difficulties at school.

With its eight centers all over Lebanon, CLES continues to help kids with learning difficulties lead a better by helping them for free through its professional team of psychologists, motor skills and speech therapists.