Equipping For Life

One Student at a Time

What is NILD Educational Therapy?

NILD Canada is a non-profit organization that trains and equips educators, parents and therapists to support students that learn differently through courses, workshops, seminars and webinars.

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



We connect you to NILD trained Educational Therapists.



We provide accredited training to become an NILD Educational Therapist.


Equipping Students One Step at a Time


  1. Rx for Reading | ONLINE!

    October 21 - October 24
  2. Rx for Writing | ONLINE!

    November 17 - November 21
  3. Rx 4 Math II | ONLINE!

    January 19, 2021 @ 5:00 PM - January 23, 2021 @ 5:00 PM

Latest Blog Posts

  • Write Right!

    Write Right! How do we promote writing authentically in this age where technology has spiralled and changed education? How do we keep our students writing when there’s an “app” that will do it for them? How do we, as adults, keep “writing right”? Creative writing is one of my passions, alongside reading. As a child […]

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  • HELP! School is Out! What now?!

    School is out! By now you’ve heard that both public and private school will be closed following March Break for at least two weeks. Schools may, or may not, be providing instructional materials and/or online academic support. But amid the confusion and uncertainty, there is a silver lining. Not only does this three week “staycation” […]

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  • How NILD Educational Therapy Helps Dyslexia

    Dyslexia affects 1 in 10 people. Do you or a loved one have dyslexia? Statistics show that 1 in 10 people suffer with dyslexia. Those are very high odds. What is life like when you struggle to read every day? As an NILD Educational Therapist, I already knew that our therapy program was beneficial for […]

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