This intervention is language-based educational therapy targeting areas of weakness in processing, memory, attention, oral and written language, reading, spelling and math. The student discovers how to learn in a what to learn world. Parental support is essential and some meaningful homework expedites improvement. Students meet twice a week with the therapist.
"NILD is ...a dedicated group of highly trained educational therapists who recognize the learning potential of every child. With compassion and competence, they provide explicit, differentiated instruction to address and resolve each child's unique learning challenges."
Nancy Mather, Ph.D. Professor of Learning Disabilities at University of Arizona, Co-author, Woodcock-Johnson III and IV Test of Achievement, and author of several books