Do you have a child with special needs? Perhaps they have CAPD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism… How do you go about teaching them? What works for you? Special education is not as daunting as it once was. Many thanks go to new technology. I also think the “stigma” that was once so prevalent is long gone, or at least I hope it is. I also believe that folks are becoming more aware of the various learning styles and trying to implement better ways to reach kids. Don’t we owe them that much?
I am sure there are many folks out there right now who are overwhelmed at the prospect of homeschooling their special needs child, but they also know that sending them back to an unsupportive or unproductive situation is not the answer. They just need a little support and some direction. They need to know that homeschooling a special needs child can be a gratifying, rewarding, and successful adventure–it can be a success! You can help today by offering a bit of encouragement and sharing your experiences (the good and the bad) about homeschooling your precious child who learns differently.
I am truly interested in hearing what you have to say on this subject, so please take a few minutes to share. I am sure there are others out there that will benefit from your trials and successes.
Can’t wait to read your comments.