Employee Resources


Webmail Login

Employee Email Directory – Updated 5-2-17

For assistance using your TCLE email account, click HERE.



For assistance using MyMITC, click HERE to view the “MyMITC User Guide”.

  • Off-site employees can dial 240-309-4039 to clock in & out; click HERE for further instructions.
  • To review TCLE’s “Payroll/Time and Attendance Policies and Procedures,” click HERE.


Staff Training

Training Topics: Click the trainings/videos below to download


Abuse, Neglect, & Mistreatment (DDA Training)

Administering Medications

Anaphylaxis & EpiPen Administration (Updated 12/1/17)


Bloodborne Pathogens


Disability Etiquette

Down Syndrome


Free Online Training Resource for Staff

Gentle Teaching

Hand Washing

Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke

High Cholesterol & Hypertension

Infectious Diseases-General Infections

MAR Practice

Medications & Effects

Older Adult Falls


Preparation for Medication Administration


Signs, Symptoms, & Observing Changes

Their Cause is Our Cause

Using the Z-Drive (Updated 11/16)



Disability Rights & Activist Movement Documentary

Disability Sensitivity Training Video


Resources for Medication Technicians

Maryland Board of Nursing


Staff Team Meeting Minutes

March 2016 – Selection of Employee of the Year Info

April 2016 Staff Meeting

May 2016 Staff Meeting

June 2016 Staff Meeting

July 2016 Staff Meeting

August 2016 Staff Meeting

September 2016 Staff Meeting

October 2016 Staff Meeting

November 2016 Staff Meeting

December 2016 Staff Meeting



Home & Community Based Services (HCBS) Settings Transition

The federal Center for Medicare and Medicaid have issued regulations that define the settings in which states are allowed to pay for Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS); the Center for Life Enrichment is an HCBS provider.  The purpose of these regulations is to ensure that individuals receive services in settings that are integrated and support full access to the greater community.  This includes:

  • Opportunities to seek employment and work in competitive and integrated settings
  • Engage in community life
  • Control personal resources
  • Receive services in the community to the same degree as individuals who do not receive services from a Medicaid waiver

The new federal regulations also state:

  • The setting must be integrated and support full access to the greater community
  • The setting must be selected by the individual from among setting options; each individual has a right to privacy, to be treated with dignity and respect, and is free from bullying and restraints
  • Each individual is supported in making life choices
  • Each individual is given choice regarding services and who provides them

For more information on the HCBS Final Rule, please download the webinar presentation: Final Rule – Medicaid HCBS


Participant Resources

Boundaries for Consumers

“Building Positive Relationships at Work” Training

Free Online Training Resource for Participants & Staff

Staying Safe at Work- A curriculum for teaching workers with intellectual and developmental disabilities about health and safety on the job