Located in Torrance, California, The Switzer Learning Center is a nonpublic school and behavioral health center that specializes in meeting the needs of neurodiverse* children and teens with unique learning styles while supporting their emotional development with uniquely tailored programs.
Each student works with a highly trained team of credentialed special education teachers, licensed psychologists, licensed speech and language pathologists, certified Crisis Prevention Intervention behavior specialists and other team members as needed.
In a caring, supportive, and individualized academic program, students learn to develop their strengths and build upon their successes. The Center has helped thousands of students of all ages and learning abilities achieve their academic and personal goals on a state-of-the-art campus.
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*What is Neurodiversity? The term “neurodivergent” describes people whose brain differences affect how their brain works. That means they have different strengths and challenges from people whose brains don't have those differences. The possible differences include medical disorders, learning disabilities, and other conditions.