Learning Center Programs
• An "internationally recognized program" for students (elementary-high school) who struggle to learn. For more information, please go to www.nild.org
• Uses interactive language and multi-sensory interventions to develop core academic skills and higher order thinking and processing skills.
• Focuses on teaching the student "how" to think versus "what" to think in order to enable them to overcome specific learning issues in the areas of reading, spelling, mathematics, handwriting, written expression, listening, and reasoning.
• Individual and intensive sessions are provided weekly.
• NILD/Discovery personnel receive continual on-going professional training
• The program is an early (primarily kindergarten and first grade) intervention program developed to meet the educational needs of young learners before they experience the frustration of learning failure.
• Focuses on developing foundational skills necessary for success in reading.
• Meets three times per week for approximately 40 minutes each session.
• Focuses on targeting the deficit areas through techniques that build perceptual skills such as visual memory, auditory sequential memory, directionality and motor skills.