Social networks, 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.
Special Needs Homeschooling Resources
Christian Special Needs Homeschoolers
This is a closed group and Ministry for Christian Moms who are homeschooling their special needs children. Since homeschooling encompasses all of life, our posts are often intimate and must remain private. We are moms who glorify the Lord with our lives as well as homeschool our special needs kids.
Homeschooling Special Needs Children
This group was made for the parents or caregivers of children with special needs who homeschool or wish to do so .Only rule is to respect each other .
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.
Special Needs Homeschool
This is your homeschool resource for special needs. If your child has special needs and you decided to homeschool or already do so, you will find support here. We have people on here from all faiths, all backgrounds, philosophies and styles of teaching kids with all types of special needs.
Special Needs Homeschooling
This group is for those homeschooling their special needs child or seriously thinking about it. We have gifted, twice exceptional, autism, learning disabilities, cerebral palsy, genetic conditions, medical conditions you name it.
Special Needs Homeschooling: Gifted & Twice Exceptional
This group is to support, encourage, and inform parents dealing with gifted and twice exceptional children.
Special Needs Kids Homeschoolers & Unschoolers of Thurston County
Welcome parents, and care givers of special needs kids. I created this group as a place where we can share information, connect, and support each other as home/unschooling parents to special needs kids.
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.