Homeschool Programs For Disabled Children
These K-12 homeschool programs for disabled children go out of their way to provide full programs and support for kids with specific disabilities.
While many of the programs in this homeschool programs section of the site are suitable for children with some disabilities, these programs go out of their way to provide full programs and support for disabled children.
Why do we call these students 3D Learners? We have found this empowering label enables these talented individuals to make dramatic improvements if they are taught to their strengths. These students are often labeled Dyslexic, ADD, ADHD, Attention Deficit Disorder, SLD, Specific Learning Disability, Dysgraphic or Learning Disabled.
Hadley School for the Blind
Accredited program that offers over 90 distance education courses to eligible students completely free of charge.
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Special Needs Education and Time4Learning
When evaluating learning software for special educational needs, you should make sure that it:
- Proceeds at the student’s own special needs pace
- Builds on existing reading, writing and math skills
- Allows placing the child at different levels for math and language arts
- Encourages kids to become active learners through exploration and discovery
- Introduces new learning opportunities in a safe, supportive environment
- Balances learning with fun!
Homeschooling the Child with Asperger Syndrome, by Lise Pyles
by Lise Pyles
Packed with inspiring ideas and tips that can be used with any curriculum and on any budget, Homeschooling the Child with Asperger Syndrome explains how to design a varied study programme built around the child’s own interests, making use of simple material as well as computers and on-line resources. Parents planning to homeschool their child with Asperger Syndrome will appreciate Lise Pyles’ encouraging and practical advice, including step-by-step instructions on how to assess and improve body language and social skills, accommodating the child’s need for ritual or perfectionist tendencies, and how to develop handwriting and coordination skills.
How-To Homeschool Your Learning Abled Kid: 75 Questions Answered, by Sandra K. Cook
by Sandra K. Cook
If your child is struggling in school, do you sometimes think, “Maybe homeschooling would help?” Whether you’re just starting homeschooling or are just realizing your child has learning problems, you can meet the unique needs of your Learning Abled Kid through insights provided in How-To Homeschool Your Learning Abled Kid: 75 Questions Answered. After a decade of helping more than 1650 parents homeschool their children with learning disabilities, Sandy Cook has compiled the most frequently asked questions about homeschooling a learning abled kid into this handy reference guide. The book will answer many basic questions you have without feeling like you’re asking “too many questions.”