National Institute for Learning Development - NILD

How can NILD help my child?

Do you want…

  • Your child’s abilities to think, reason and process information to improve?
  • Your child to gain critical skills in reading, spelling, math, and written expression?
  • Your child to gain thinking skills to become a more competent and confident learner?
  • Your child to achieve success in the classroom and beyond?
  • Your child to work with highly trained learning specialists utilizing research-based practices and individualizing instruction for you child’s needs?

We can schedule these life-changing intervention sessions for your child.

Many schools allow our educational therapists to work with students at their school.

We also have private centers where students work with educational therapists during the day, in the afternoon, or in the evening.

Why should I use a licensed NILD educational therapist?

*Licensed NILD educational therapists receive standardized training to develop knowledge and practice standards that align with research-based best-practice methodologies

*Licensed NILD educational therapists are held to high standards of ethical practice

*Using a licensed NILD educational therapist protects the efficacy of NILD educational therapy methods

*Using a licensed NILD educational therapist ensures your child is getting the highest quality educational intervention and support

*Using a licensed NILD educational therapist ensures your child is receiving educational therapy proven to be effective

Find an NILD Educational Therapist Near You

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Welcome to NILD

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Live Webinar – August 30th at 2:30pm

Join us for the webinar “Behavioral Health Issues in Children that Impact Learning“ Featuring Trina Young Greer, Psy.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Kirsten Burt, MA, Resident in Counseling August 30th @ 2:30pm Only $30 if you register […]

Telepractice Training August 21st 4-6pm EST

Maintaining the standards and procedures of each educational therapy session is crucial, so this training will focus on specific guidelines for how the integrity of NILD techniques can be maintained in a virtual setting. Therapists will see […]

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Rescheduled to October 4th at 12:30pm EST – webinar featuring Jacquie Beaubien, Ed.D. Feeling like one belongs in academic settings is known to have a significant impact on academic performance and resilience (Walton & Cohen, 2007, […]

Announcing NILD 2018 Summer Courses

Register Now for Summer Courses and Workshops The summer is packed full of opportunity for great training including NILD Level courses, a full range of FIE courses, all our Rx Workshops, Search & Teach, Woodcock-Johnson IV, and our brand new Executive […]

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