WHO WE ARE
The Summit Center for Education, Research, and Training (SCERT) is a multidisciplinary research facility located in Montreal’s Summit School (Ville Saint Laurent), a cutting-edge educational setting that serves over 600 students with neurodevelopmental conditions (NDCs) aged 4 to 21 years. SCERT is dedicated to improving quality of life for individuals with NDCs by advancing scholarly knowledge regarding best practices in teaching and learning, communicating research findings to participants and their families, clinicians, scholars, and policy makers, and translating research findings into meaningful clinical and educational practices for students with NDCs. In line with this mission, the SCERT team works with interested research scholars to streamline the “proposal to published paper” process by providing access, expertise, and efficient research co-ordination.
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WHAT'S BEEN HAPPENING AT SCERT
"Our research group had a wonderful experience working with SCERT. The data collection process went extremely smoothly thanks to their organization, support, and professionalism."
Behavior Autism and NeuroDevelopment Research Group, McGill University
SCERT can offer interested research scholars access to various resources, including an on-site research coordinator, a meeting room, a clinical assessment room (outfitted with a two-way mirror), and testing rooms (including four workstations with computers).