The Vancouver Learning Centre is served by two professional disciplines, teaching and psychology, integrated in a seamless manner by a strategic, targeted, and individualized program designed for each learner.
Each program is built on updated neuroscientific knowledge grounded in real understanding of teaching practice and research findings on the effect of neuroplasticity on performance.
Vancouver Learning Centre programs are delivered by professional teaching teams trained, supervised and directed by Dr. Geraldine Schwartz, Senior Psychologist and Founder, and led on the floor by Principal and Head Teacher, Andrew Taylor MA.
At the Vancouver Learning Centre we form a unique partnership with each learner, who becomes the centre of a team and part of a productive learning community.
The VLC is a warm, welcoming, energized, positive and professional place where children, youth and young adults with learning differences can work in partnership with their team of teachers to transform their future to a personal best position.
The process begins with a complimentary in-depth interview that provides access to whatever information is available such as, previous psychoeducational assessments, school reports, and other information that can be analysed in a targeted, individually designed program. If, in addition, a current psychoeducational assessment is required, a referral will be provided.
The Vancouver Learning Centre serves all children, youth and young adults from 3 to 19+ years.
Our professional, highly trained faculty teams provide rehabilitation and teaching services one-to-one based on an individualized, science-based programs for the following 12 client groups.
After perusing these categories, if you feel your learner is a potential VLC student, contact Principal, Andrew Taylor to request a telephone discussion and complimentary first appointment with Dr. Geraldine Schwartz, Senior Psychologist and Founder.