10 Children’s Books that Teach Inclusion

Summer is a fantastic time for exploring new books that foster meaningful conversations between children and adults. Help children understand and welcome peers with and without disabilities by reading one or many of these books this summer. Whether you’re a parent, . . .

The Benefits of Journaling

We do not learn from experience…we learn from reflecting on experience. –  John Dewey (1859-1952) Life has seemed to move us all into the fast lane. Unfortunately we are taking our children there with us. In the classroom the emphasis . . .

Inclusion at West Highland Christian Academy

“There’s something magical about this place,” shares Greg Yoder, CLC Network’s teacher consultant serving West Highland Christian Academy in Milford, Michigan. “Students are leaving with a love, caring, and understanding of the differences in every person. It’s a wonderful microcosm . . .

Identifying Your Vocation

As we shared last week, life after high school can be difficult to figure out, particularly if continuing education isn’t the obvious next step for your son or daughter.  We asked Life Coach Judi Warner to share some initial questions . . .

10 Summer Activities for Kids with Disabilities

1. Create a Social Story. Social Stories are a helpful way to depict what activities and appropriate responses your son or daughter MIGHT expect in an upcoming situation, like your summer break. The title of your summer Social Story could . . .

Guiding Your Teen with Special Needs after High School

For parents of teens with special needs, life after high school can be a little scary as routines and relationships undergo major changes. As a parent, you may be unsure of which interests and skills to encourage your son or daughter . . .

25 Years of Inclusive Education

This year, we are pleased to celebrate twenty-five years since CLC Network launched our first inclusive education program in a Christian school. Since then, inclusive educa­tion has transformed our communities by honoring the image of God in every person, regardless . . .