West Coast Centre for Learning, Surrey, British Columbia

What does it take to help your child succeed?

At West Coast Centre for Learning we utilize exciting and effective Scientific Learning software, as this Award Winning software has been specifically designed to actively help children improve their quality of life by strengthening and enhancing their language, memory, attention, sequencing, and processing skills.

For more information and to find out how you can help your child, click here.

What does it take to help your child succeed?

At West Coast Centre for Learning we utilize exciting and effective Scientific Learning software, as this Award Winning software has been specifically designed to actively help children improve their quality of life by strengthening and enhancing their language, memory, attention, sequencing, and processing skills.

For more information and to find out how you can help your child, click here.

LISTEN. LEARN. GROW. The Listening Program, from Advanced Brain Technologies and West Coast Centre for Learning, supports the core brain functions needed to be a successful learner. It helps students listen better, pay attention, remember more, and eases the stress of a new school year! More information
Fast ForWord Language and Literacy Products build foundational reading and language skills tailored to diverse student populations including Special Education, and English Language Learners. More information

Brain Health Articles & Research Findings

  • » It starts in the brain. That’s why it works. September 14, 2017

    Angie Sees Immediate Improvements in her Son with Auditory Processing Disorder ADD.

  • » Back To School Lunch Ideas August 15, 2017

    Is there anything more taxing than producing well balanced, healthy, allergy free lunches five days a week? Here are some Back to School lunch ideas that I hope will inspire you and spur you on as you begin the new academic year.

  • Scientific American Mind cover May June 2016» The For-Real Science of Brain Training June 5, 2017

    Despite skepticism, research shows how cognitive exercises benefit cancer survivors, children with attention deficits, people with schizophrenia, and others.

  • Scientific American Mind cover January February 2017» The Stamp Of Poverty January 19, 2017

    Growing up in a poor family can leave a mark on the developing brain. Understanding how and why has important implications for educators and society.