Equipping For Life

One Student at a Time

What is NILD Educational Therapy?

NILD Canada is a non-profit organization dedicated to training educators to work with children and adults with learning disabilities through an individualized program of educational therapy. NILD Educational Therapy® stimulates areas of weakness through individualized and intensive intervention.

Learning Disabilities

Every human brain is created with a unique pattern of strengths and weaknesses. A learning disability is an area of weakness that significantly hinders our ability to receive, process and respond to information.

1 in 10 Canadians Has a Learning Disability

NILD Canada trains therapists, supports schools and offers hope to parents, in order to build the competence and confidence of students with learning challenges.


We connect you to NILD trained Educational Therapists.



We provide accredited training to become an NILD Educational Therapist.



We help you meet the needs of your students, parents, and staff.


What's Going On at NILD Canada?

Equipping Students One Step at a Time

Latest Blog Posts

  • Educators Train in NILD Educational Therapy

    *This is PART 4 of a 4-part series “HELP AND HOPE for Struggling Students” The IEP student list seems to be growing. Is it true that more and more students are requiring extra help? Teachers are expected to provide more specialized programming for their students. But, do teachers and resource teachers have the training to […]

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  • Teachers Look for Support in their Classrooms

    *This is PART 3 of a 4-part series “HELP AND HOPE for Struggling Students” The job of teaching has changed dramatically since the one-room school house – grouping students by age, classroom sizes, ever changing curriculum guidelines, added extra curricular activities…the list goes on and on. But, on top of this ever changing role came […]

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  • Students Experience Success with NILD Educational Therapy

    *This is PART 2 of a 4-part series “HELP AND HOPE for Struggling Students” The first few days of school are over. Routines have begun to take shape. Is your child ready to tackle this new school year? OR is he already feeling overwhelmed or discouraged? How does a student with sensory processing struggles manage […]

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