1 Child at a Time is a not-for-profit organization which is funded by the services provided and by individuals and corporate partners.
Miriam Jordan P.O. Box 831826 Miami, FL 33283 1childatatime@bellsouth.net (305) 588-0695

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

An Alternative Approach for Children 
With Learning Needs
We provide one-on-one educational therapy for students with learning difficulties by using techniques that are tailored to their individual needs.

We help children with: 
  • Learning Disorders
  • Autism Spectrum
  • Auditory/Visual Processing
  • Academic Weakness


Educating, Equipping and Establishing Change for students who learn differently.


Provide quality intervention for students with learning difficulties. To provide educational awareness and offer programs of instruction to the school and the community. 

Services Offered

  • Educational Therapy
  • Faculty/Board In-Services
  • Workshops for Educators
  • Mentoring
  • Developing Programs of Excellence
  • Academic Testing
  • Teacher Training
  • Provide Teacher and Parent Conferencing

Features and Benefits of Educational Therapy

  • Non-Tutorial
  • Individual Attention
  • Long-Term Change
  • Improve Self-confidence
  • Strengthening of Auditory and Visual Processing Skills
  • Strategic Approach to Learning

NILD Educational Therapy

Founded in 1982, NILD's goal has been to equip individuals with learning differences to succeed academically and in life as independent learners. NILD Educational Therapy connects parents and educators in a dynamic process of equipping students with tools to build a successful life.


Individualized educational therapy is given twice weekly in 80 minute sessions by specially trained and certified educational therapists using techniques that have been thoroughly researched by NILD. Emphasis is placed on the following: visual and auditory memory, becoming proficient in math, computation, spelling, reading, vocabulary, handwriting, written and oral language expression. The students' programs are individualized and prescriptive to their need. 

One Child at a Time

This program was produced by faith, prompted by love and inspired by the hope and belief that every child can learn. Its core values are faith, love, integrity, commitment, and partnership.