CARE BY CLES 2021

Care by CLES 2021 As part of its continued early recovery response to the 2019 crisis in Lebanon, The Lebanese Center for Special Education (CLES) is distributing food and hygiene parcels through its initiative, Care by CLES, to approximately 32,000 beneficiaries in the country. The distribution is an effort to help ensure sufficient access to…

Art by CLES offered full grants for Lebanese filmmakers

In celebration of the national day for Specific Learning Difficulties 10.10.DYS, full grants were awarded to 5 Films in Lebanon The Lebanese Center for Special Education (CLES) is proud to announce that it has awarded full grants to 5 independent film projects presented by artists who reside in Lebanon. Lebanon has been home to a…

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.

10.10.DYS – CHILDREN OF HOPE

Just like every year, October marks the beginning of specific learning disabilities awareness month. About 10% of students suffer from Specific Learning Disabilities —like dyslexia and ADHD. The Lebanese Center for Special Education ( CLES)  is dedicated to supporting and shaping the world for students who learn and think differently.

CLES launches Care by CLES initiative to support families affected by the economic situation

More than 120 people, team and board members of the Lebanese Center for Special Education (CLES), as well as specialists in education and learning disabilities who came from Belgium, in addition to members of NDI (National Dance Institute of New York) celebrated on Saturday, October 5th, 2019, between Kefraya and Ammiq (Beqaa), the 20 years of hope, generosity and success, thanks to hard and diligent efforts, just like seeds that were carefully sown.

Celebrating CLES’ 20 Years

More than 120 people, team and board members of the Lebanese Center for Special Education (CLES), as well as specialists in education and learning disabilities who came from Belgium, in addition to members of NDI (National Dance Institute of New York) celebrated on Saturday, October 5th, 2019, between Kefraya and Ammiq (Beqaa), the 20 years of hope, generosity and success, thanks to hard and diligent efforts, just like seeds that were carefully sown.

Launching “Understanding Your Child” platform in collaboration with Lebanese Alternative Learning (LAL)

CLES launched a questions and answers digital platform in collaboration with “Lebanese Alternative Learning” (LAL). Through multiple-choice and True/False questions, this interactive platform allows parents of children with specific learning disabilities to ask questions and get answers. It aims at assessing parents’ level of comprehension of their child’s case, helping them understand it better, and explaining its details, the ways to diagnose it, live with it and ask for help…

Planting with AUB Seeds of Hope Initiative

It is from this perspective that the admin of CLES, presided by its founder, Mrs. Carmen Chahine Debbane, wanted the celebration to be inspired by the hard work that started as a seed, and grew with love to encompass the whole country. Hence, they chose the noblest and oldest job in the world to represent it: agriculture and plantation in Kefraya (Bekaa).