Glen Eden Multimodal Centre
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What Glen Eden Multimodal Centre says..
Glen Eden Multimodal Centre was established in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada in 1984. Our goal is to successfully treat, as well as teach, children and adolescents who, because of complex psychological, neuropsychiatric, socio-emotional and/or developmental difficulties, are not functioning adequately and have not shown improvement in other school-based special education programs. These children may have multiple or uncertain diagnoses which often include: Anxiety disorders, ADD/ADHD, Depression, and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
The school that isn’t a school – for kids who don’t like school
Glen Eden Multimodal Centre is a treatment centre and accredited school that serves students who have experienced frustration and failure in social settings and with the academic pace of other schools. These children and adolescents, who have complex psychological, neuropsychiatric, socio-emotional and/or developmental difficulties, often find themselves streamed into an alternative program or are discouraged from attending classes altogether. The objective of Glen Eden is to provide these youth with an opportunity to realize their potential. Each student is provided with a highly individualized program in which educational and clinical needs are systematically assessed, evaluated and adjusted on an ongoing basis.
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Last Update: 18.01.14
School Type: Special Needs Support
Grades (Gender): 1 to 12 (Coed)
Tuition: $ 20,000 – 40,000
Average Class Size: 6
Enrollment Day: Varies (1 – 12)
Contact Person: Admissions
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