CLC Founder, Chuck Saur, Nominated for West Michigan Women’s Brilliance Awards

CLC Founder and Vice-President for the Board of Directors, Chuck Saur, was nominated by West Michigan Women’s Magazine for their 2021 People’s Choice Brilliance Awards in the “Best Supporting Man” category. The nomination honors his hard work and dedication to children and adults with motor disorders through his efforts with CLC and Olivia’s Gift. Follow […]

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Donor Impact Report 2020

As a valued supporter of our work, you have made the 2019-2020 school year at CLC truly special and inspiring. Because of your support, when the school closed due to the COVID-19 restrictions, we were able to quickly launch an online program. And, in the wake of the unknown, you gave us much to celebrate […]

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A Gift of the Heart:  Generous Friend of CLC Doubles the Impact of Each Gift this Holiday Season

Meet Auggie.  Auggie, one of our students in our early childhood group, is like many preschoolers.  He loves books, playing with his friends and any song with a good beat.  But Auggie has cerebral palsy which makes many everyday activities harder for him.  Harder, but with the right instruction and guidance – not impossible.  Auggie […]

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Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting

We are so excited to be celebrating the official Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting of our Camelot location (2401 Camelot Court SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546) on Wednesday, October 9th at 11:00 am. Conductive Learning Center of North America (CLC) has been moving forward into this new space with hopes to increase capacity and create […]

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New Name, New Logo, Same Mission!

Today we are releasing an updated brand identity, including a new official name, Conductive Learning Center of North America (CLC). This change reflects our role as a North American leader in the field of conductive education.  The new logo still captures our heritage by utilizing the colors reflective of both institutions from which CLC took […]

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Chili Cook-Off to Benefit CLC Students

All are welcome! Please join us on Wednesday, March 20, 2019, as C.O.R.E. hosts the Gary Karasinski Memorial Chili Cook-off in the lower level of the Wege Center at Aquinas College from Noon until 2:00 p.m. $1 gets you a bowl, a spoon, and a ticket to cast your vote for the “Top Chili Chef” on campus. Our […]

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