Student’s reflection after one year of NILD Educational Therapy.
Question 1: I look forward to going to my therapy sessions
Question 2: I feel like my therapist encourages me to do my best
Question 3: I go to my therapy session prepared with my homework completed and my book bag ready
Question 4: I remember what to do for each of the therapy techniques, without my therapist reminding me.
Question 5: I listen carefully and can follow my therapist’s directions
Question 6: I can pay attention for the full 80-minute session, even when there are distractions
Question 7: I stay calm, even when my therapist challenges me with hard questions
Question 8: I feel like I am improving in my reading, writing and math skills
Question 9: I can now do my school work independently
Question 10: I believe that if I try my best, I can learn many new things
Answers based on observed behaviour of the child by the parent after one year of NILD Educational Therapy.
Question1: My child looks forward to therapy sessions
Question 2: My child has developed a secure relationship with his/her therapist
Question 3: My child seems to be able to focus for the 80 minutes of therapy
Question 4: My child does their therapy homework independently
Question 5: I have noticed an increase in my child’s ability to communicate their thoughts more effectively
Question 6: My child seems happier and less depressed or tearful
Question 7: My child seems more confident to try new challenges
Question 8: I have seen an increase in my child’s self-awareness and confidence at home and school
Question 9: I have noticed an improvement in my child’s attention and ability to focus
Question 10: I believe that NILD Educational Therapy has been an integral part of my child’s emotional and social development
Answers based on observed behaviour of the child by the therapist after one year of NILD Educational Therapy.
Question 1: This student arrives at their therapy session in a good state of mind
Question 2: This student has their supplies in hand and their therapy homework completed
Question 3: I have seen an increase in this student’s self-awareness and confidence during therapy sessions
Question 4: This student seems more confident to try new challenges
Question 5: This student is making steady gains in reading, writing and math skills
Question 6: This student remains calm, even when presented challenging questions
Question 7: This student has learned the procedure of the therapy techniques and remembers the steps with little direction
Question 8: I enjoy my time with this student and find it exciting to create sessions that will inspire and excite them
Question 9: I encourage this student to be curious, to explore, and to ask good questions
Question 10: I use specific praise and encouragement in my therapy sessions with this student