Updated: Nov 18, 2021
This school year, SCERT has been busy! In November, we hosted our inaugural SCERT Conference on Neurodevelopmental Conditions in November (please see https://www.summit-scert.com/conference-2019 for more information). Throughout this past academic year, SCERT has collaborated with several research teams, facilitating 7 research projects on topics including attention, music perception, bilingualism, sleep and more. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, project proposals that are relevant and benefit the students, teachers, professionals, parents and stakeholders associated with Summit School must comply with social distancing regulations (i.e., online questionnaires, etc.) until further notice. The SCERT committee is working to ensure the safety of students, staff and researchers alike, while continuing to fulfil our mission of facilitating applied research that directly benefits the lives of individuals with neurodevelopmental conditions and their families.