The G. F. Strong School Program is a Provincial Resource Program that seeks to meet the educational needs of students with neurological impairments sustained through injury or illness. The G. F. Strong School Program is funded by the Ministry of Education and administered by the Vancouver School Board. The School Program is a long standing partnership between the Vancouver School Board and G. F. Strong Rehab Centre (Vancouver Coastal Health Authority).
The G. F. Strong School Program primarily serves the Adolescent and Young Adult Program (AYA), including the Adolescent Complex Concussion Clinic (ACCC). The teaching staff are part of the G. F. Strong rehab team and work collaboratively with all team members. The classroom provides a supportive and socially familiar learning environment for adolescents and young adult clients.
?The program is available to all G. F. Strong inpatients and outpatient up to the age of 19, who have not yet graduated.