NILD Educational Therapy®

NILD Educational Therapy®
Upper School Small Group Educational Therapy

for 7th-12th grade Imago Dei Students

Program Specifics:

2-55 minute sessions/week

Program Distinctive (to focus on the following):

NILD Educational Therapy® was developed to treat assumed, underlying causes of learning difficulties rather than simply treating the symptoms.  It is a true therapy in that it aims the intervention just above the student’s level of functioning and raises the expectations for performance.  Students are trained to view themselves as competent, confident learners.  The goal of NILD Educational Therapy® is to help students develop tools of independent learning in the classroom and in life.

Students in NILD Educational Therapy® receive intensive educational therapy several times per week.  This can either be in individual or small group settings.  These sessions include a variety of techniques designed to address students’ specific areas of difficulty and to improve their overall ability to think, reason and process information. Techniques emphasize basic skill areas such as reading, writing, and math, applying reasoning skills within each area.

Students are taught by educational therapists, who are trained specially in NILD methodology and receive on-going graduate level training to NILD certification.  Regular collaboration between the educational therapists, parents and classroom teachers is to encourage assessing progress and appropriately adjusting educational programs for each student.

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