National Institute for Learning Development - NILD

Telepractice Training October 16th 1-3pm 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 a demonstration of techniques to learn how to deliver sessions with the same accuracy as face-to-face. The entire training takes place online using the OmniJoin video-conferencing platform, allowing therapists to experience firsthand this user-friendly and interactive format.

NILD has tested and refined this method for delivering educational therapy over the past two years and now we’re excited to share this medium with you!

REACH students who are homebound, geographically remote or otherwise not able to engage in face-to-face therapy

EXPAND your therapy practice and add flexible scheduling

CONTINUE to work with your student whose family moves

CONNECT with parents, teachers and other colleagues online using the NILD/OmniJoin platform

Priced at $150, Registration closes 10/16/18 at 12 pm EST.

Click here to register now!

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