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Brains in the Real World


Parents, teachers, and clinicians change the brains of children every day


Teachers, parents, and many clinicians typically know little about how the brain works or how it affects a child’s learning and behavior



Neuroscience research explains the biological basis of learning and behavior, but the groundbreaking science is seldom translated into everyday practice


Teaching brain literacy to parents, educators, and clinicians bridges the neuroscience-practice divide, improving the lives of children we serve

Whether it is neuropsychological testing or intervention for your child, continuing education to build your own brain literacy, or research into how best to serve diverse learners in classrooms, the Center for Teaching Brain Literacy is here to help.

We hope you will join us in bringing brain literacy to children, parents, and clinicians in the Pacific Northwest and beyond!   

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