Our Donors help create Independent Learners for School and for Life.
Please consider making a donation by giving online or calling the NILD headquarters office - 757-423-8646 or Toll Free: 877-661-6453.
The International Dyslexia Association has endorsed our teacher programs for students with reading difficulties
NILD builds the competence and confidence of those who struggle to learn by training educators and developing programs to help children become successful learners. We serve parents, children, educational therapists, and classroom teachers in the U.S. and around the world.
Dear NILD family,
It is with sadness that I inform you of Joan Seymour's journey home to be in the loving arms of our Heavenly Father. For the past twenty years Joan faithfully and passionately served students in the Pennsylvania area at various Christian Schools. We are fortunate to have had her as part of our NILD family impacting her students, loved ones, and those around her with her vibrant love for life. Joan lived and devoted every day for the glory of God in all that she did.
Joan's husband Mike, described her as a Proverbs 31:29 woman "Many have done excellently, but you surpass them all." Joan will be remembered for her bright smile, her kind and gentle ways, her thoughtful and tenderheartedness and her desire to help others. The NILD family will miss her presence and passion. We, along with her students, will always be grateful for the positive impact she had in our lives.
Learn about the training and certification programs we offer. Find out how you can acquire the rewarding skills to make a difference in the lives of children with learning challenges.
Discover the programs we offer that can help your child become a successful, lifelong learner.
2014-2015 membership licensure forms now available
Current membership/licensure expires September 30th!
new Executive Director
NILD director, Kristin Barbour,
M.Ed., CCC-SLP,is a contributor to Partnership for 21st Century Skills with
iRi (Reuven Feuerstein)
See her May 28 post.
Members - Read the 4th in our series of "Expert Speaks" articles - RTI, NILD and Christian Schools: Where Do the Pieces Fit?
Learning disabilities are not a life sentence, says Dr. Kathleen Hopkins in Suitcase - an award-winning documentary. It features two former NILD Ed Therapy students - Cary Brown, a college graduate who overcame autism and produced this documentary, and Jacob Luchtenburg.
Simplified ANNUAL REPORTING FORM
Members-Log in to download
Teaching How to Learn in a What-to-Learn Culture