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Homeschooling with Chronic Illness

Homeschooling with Chronic Illness, having a severe injury, natural disasters can seem undaunting challenges. Websites recommended by your Homeschool Guide.

10 Tips for Homeschooling with a Chronic Illness
Life has been slow in our homeschool lately. I have struggled with Fibromyalgia pain for several years. Then, this past December I was diagnosed with Lupus and started a medication regimen to suppress my immune system. By Marcy, of Ben & Me.

Homeschooling during the Swine Flu Pandemic
As some schools are closing in Mexico and the US because of the outbreak of swine flu, some families are being forced into a few weeks of “accidental” homeschooling, and they just aren’t prepared.

Homeschooling Mom’s With Fibromyalgia Support Group
So happy I homeschool. If I sent my kids off to school every day I would probably just lay around feeling sorry for myself. Instead my kids are what get me out of bed and keep me moving all day.

Homeschooling Successfully with Chronic Illness
I’ve had people ask – how do you homeschool with chronic illness? Is that even possible? And the easy answer is “Yes, of course!” But we all know its not quite as simple as that.

Homeschooling Through Chronic Illness
My own family has lived through our share of illness. From our three-year-old’s diagnosis of MAE (myoclonic astatic epilepsy) to my own battle with a very aggressive form of breast cancer, we have learned how to “keep on keepin’ on” despite challenging medical circumstances. By Pat Fenner.

Homeschooling Through Chronic Illness
You see, along with the normal responsibilities and challenges that come along with being a homeschooling parent, a few years ago another issue was added to the list: I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. by Lori Dunlap.

Homeschooling Through Chronic Illness {Discovering the Gift}
The family is made to nurture body, mind, and soul. We were created to do this. We don’t really look like a school. We often look like a first class mess. But that is the gift. by Melody.

Homeschooling with Chronic Illness
This is a Facebook group for those who are homeschooling their children and suffering with a Chronic Illness. Some of us have a chronic condition or our children have the chronic condition and in many case both.

Homeschooling with Chronic Illness (Podcast)
In this episode the mom’s chat about Flylady routines, history lesson mishaps, share 2 great educational British websites, and Beckie talks about homeschooling with chronic illness.

SEA Homeschooling with Chronic Illness
Potential members need to be a member of the Secular, Eclectic, Academic Homeschoolers group. If you are not a SEA member please use this link to join the main group. This group is for both parents with chronic illness and families with children who have chronic illness.

Slowing Down — BIG Time
The last two weeks have been tough. I have been experiencing all-day-long contractions (not the real thing, but tiring nevertheless) which has left my back tired and my shoulders tense. Because truth be told, if left unhindered, children DO learn lots on their own. And their learning is so precious when self-initiated. So I’m not stressing about any of this.

What Is Wrong With Being “Shy”?
If a child is “shy”, why is it so important to send them to school to “cure” them of their shyness? By Tammy Takahashi.

When Mom’s Chronic Illness and Homeschooling Have to Work Together Somehow
Mom is the hub of the homeschool family’s wheel in most cases. What happens when Mom has a chronic illness? Can homeschool continue and be successful?

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