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Idaho Learning Center

2150 W Cherry Ln, Meridian, Idaho 83642
(208) 893-5130

Nampa location: (208) 936-9469

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Individualized Education for All Learners

Idaho Learning Center and Academy is a leading educational organization designed to shepherd
and challenge students with dyslexia and other learning differences.

   Educational Therapy

  • Provides one-on-one intervention with qualified professionals
  • Seeks to overcome underlying causes of learning challenges
  • Develops self monitoring & evaluation skills
  • Strengthens retention and recall
  • Develops confidence/self esteem
  • Tailors 26+ techniques to the individual learner
  • Approaches learning strategically
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   ILC Academy

  • A school for students with learning disabilities
  • Individualized attention
  • Active, hands-on learning
  • Small class size
  • Alternative learning/studying strategies
  • Teaches flexible problem solving
  • Focus on developing organizational skills
  • Group Educational Therapy
  • Approaches learning strategically
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Educational therapy and effective intervention for students and adults who struggle to learn

Idaho Learning Center provides highly effective educational therapy and support for students of all ages by building confidence and competence where they struggle to learn.

Our approach is individualized, uses intensive mediated learning, and results in lasting change. Student success is measured by independent learning and self-advocacy.

Features include:
  • One-on-One
  • Non-tutorial
  • Non-compensatory
  • 80 minutes twice weekly
  • 26 techniques tailored to learner
  • Parental involvement
  • Strategic approach to learning
Benefits include:
  • Individualized attention
  • Independent learning
  • Overcoming cognitive deficits
  • Long term change
  • Improved social relationships
  • Improved self image
  • Development of responsibility
We focus on the underlaying tools people need to be successful learners in life. This idea is conceptualized below:
Before Educational TherapyAfter Educational Therapy


  • Statistics indicate: 44% of females and 57% of males with learning disabilities drop out of high school.  (National Adult Literacy Survey) 60% of adolescents in treatment for substance…
  • Educational Therapy treats the underlying causes of learning difficulties rather than simply treating the symptoms. It is an intense mediated approach to intervention which strengthens areas that are…
  • People with learning disabilities have average to superior intelligence. Many are gifted in math, science, fine arts, journalism, and other creative fields.  However, their tremendous strengths are offset…
  • A learning disability is an area of weakness or inefficiency in brain function that significantly hinders our ability to learn or to function in life. Learn more >…
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  • Kevin (name changed) is 16, and he has always struggled in school. His lifelong dream is to become a fireman.

    But last year he told his mom he was dropping out of high school because it was too hard. Kevin needed a smaller environment to learn, and a different approach



  • The ILC has been a tremendous blessing to our family. After spending thousands of dollars and countless attempts with other programs promising results,

  • Although our son is very bright, he could not read, write or compute math problems.  We tried various techniques, but we could not figure out how to bridge the gap between his

  • Struggling for years to help my children over their hurdles, I desperately tried curriculum after curriculum.  Why didn't things that worked wonderfully for other families work for

  • I struggled a lot before I did NILD Educational Therapy, but now it has helped me to improve so much.  I was a horror with spelling.  Now I love to write!  Before I hardly had

  • ILC is changing my life.  Before I started NILD Educational Therapy, I had a lot of trouble with reading, spelling, and handwriting.  I had tried many different programs. None had