Special needs children learn well being homeschooled. Resources here for homeschool support, legal assistance, curriculum, plans, and more.
A Different Drum
AN A TO Z ARTICLE
My children, both with special needs, have been stared at, frowned upon, and pitied in their turn, and my home can feel much more like an open battlefield than a fortress at times. By Kerry Jones
At Our Own Pace
This is a free newsletter, but donations are accepted newsletter for home schooling families with Special Needs. To Order: Email Jean Kulczyk: firstname.lastname@example.org or Write to: At Our Own Pace, 102 Willow Drive, Waukegan, IL 60087.
Homeschooling a child with disabilities, special circumstances, unique characteristics, different learning styles, or whatever one wishes to call an unusual challenge, can be done.
Learning Abled Kids’ Poll Data Results
Sandy’s Master’s Degree Project focused on homeschooling children with specific learning disabilities. You will find statistical data stemming from informal polls listed on Homeschooling Listservs.
The National Academy for Child Development
NACD is an international organization of parents and professionals dedicated to helping children and adults reach their full potential.
NATional cHallenged Homeschoolers Associated Network
NATHHAN is a Christian organization that offers advice and links for those with challenged or disabled homeschoolers. They can be contacted at email@example.com.
Special Needs Homeschooling
Homeschooling with autism, ADHD, learning disorders, or are you a parent with a special need? Need a hand? You have come to the right place: Heather Laurie’s blog.
Teaching Tips for Parents of Kids with Learning Disabilities | PACE
Terri Harmon has a series of three articles about homeschooling special needs children.
Ten Steps to Successfully Homeschooling Children with Special Needs
If you are a parent of a child with special needs and considering homeschooling, you undoubtedly have many questions and concerns. You’re not alone. By Janie Bowman.
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Why Children Are Not for Screening
Do screenings help children develop in healthy ways? Or do they cause more problems than they solve? This column will explore the risks of screening, the benefits of choosing alternatives to screening, and ways to minimize the damage screening can do. By Larry and Susan Kaseman, HEM M/A 06.