At the Vancouver Learning Centre, we are equipped to serve students with many kinds of learning needs. Each of the eleven cohorts below describes a type of learner served by the VLC. The groupings are based on years of experience working with students and have been created for the convenience of presenting parents with appropriate information.
We take great care to ensure that each program addresses the needs of the student it is designed for. Since no two learners are exactly the same, all of our programs are individually designed and are built around each learner to provide them with the best support possible.
Programs included Language, Social, Behaviour and Early Academic Skills Training
An inability to mastery skills at their current grade level due to an inability to consolidate new skills or have built-in deficits from previous grades, compounded by the 18 month gap in regular in-class educational delivery and a variable quality level of virtual screen-based learning.
When disease, or the effects of chemotherapy/radiation, or head injury due to sports injury or to automobile or accident occurs, the learning journey is interrupted, sometimes in devastating ways. At the Vancouver Learning Centre, intensive and comprehensive programs have helped children, adolescents and adults achieve “personal best” outcomes. We are here for the long term and have achieved some remarkable outcomes well beyond expectations.
Support in achieving academic credentials through active teaching of correspondence courses and strategic teaching using unique VLC methods for school age students 5-19 years.
*Younger students are sometimes accepted