Message boards, email lists, and Yahoo Groups where friendly, experienced homeschool parents will help you with your homeschool concerns about your special needs child. Area-specific support may be on your Regional page.
Charlotte Mason for Special Kids
Adapting CM for special needs and for sharing the unique challenges and joys of everyday life with our kids, for support, encouragement and prayer.
FAS Home Educators (FASHOMED)
This list for the sharing of support, encouragement, and information for parents who homeschool children diagnosed with FAS, FAE, or ARND. List members will be sharing resources, methods, materials, information, support, and encouragement.
Home Schooling Special Needs Children
Yahoo Group for homeschooling families with at least one special needs or medically fragile child.
Homeschooling Special Needs Kidz
There is hope! This is a support group for those who live mainly in the USA who are homeschooling a “special needs” child, ages preschool to 19.
Homeschooling Kids With Disabilities Email List
HKWD is for discussing all issues related to teaching a child with any special educational need at home. Very active list.
HomeSchooling Kids with Special Needs
A place for homeschooling parents who are educating their kids w/speical needs. Here, I hope parents will find support, encouragement, and share their experiences with other parents in similar circumstances. Please share what has/has not worked for your child/family.
Learning to Cope Home Education
This group is being started for Parents who have chosen to Home School their children due to Behavior problems or some sort of Mental Health problem.
This group is for families that choose to homeschool children effected by 22q, VCFS or DiGeorge syndrome. We are here for advice, support and sharing what we love and what works (and maybe even what doesn’t work) in regards to home schooling children with the 22q deletion.
Waldorf Homeschoolers–Special Needs
This group is for homeschooling parents/guardians who are interested in or currently using Waldorf methods to homeschool a “special needs” child.