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Special Populations

Schooling can be especially difficult for our differently-abled children for a number of reasons: overwhelming classroom environments, being constantly compared to their neurotypical peers, not enough special needs resources available, to name a few. With homeschooling, the stress of navigating that world disappears

Homeschool Advantages

As a parent, you’re able to allow your children the space and ability to grow at their own pace, in their owns ways, while solely focusing on what works best for them. Homeschooling gives you the freedom to adapt their education to them and their specific needs in a way that isn’t rushed or pressured.

Resources:

Below is a list of articles and curriculum cultivated from our blog and other resources we found to be helpful.

  • External Website/Blog

    Cerebral Palsy Special Education

    Special education is individualized education focused on helping children with special needs learn. The focus on understanding the needs of individuals and tailoring education plans...

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  • External Website/Blog

    Homeschooling in Washington

    Children with special needs, including ADD/ADHD, autism, dyslexia, and other situations, can thrive in a homeschool environment. A compiled list the best resources for parents...

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  • External Website/Blog

    LD OnLine

    LD OnLine is the leading website on learning disabilities, learning disorders and differences. Parents and teachers of learning disabled children will find authoritative guidance on...

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  • Curriculum

    Learning Able Kids

    Homeschooling a child who struggles is often EASIER than parents of struggling learners realize. You might imagine being totally lost when it comes to knowing...

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  • Curriculum

    Time 4 Learning

    A flexible, engaging, and affordable online homeschooling solution that is an excellent resource for teaching children with special needs, gifts and abilities.

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  • WHO Blog Article

    Court Ruling Helps Special-Needs Students

    A Supreme Court decision gives families more options for getting help for students with special needs.

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  • WHO Blog Article

    Special Needs at Home in Washington

    A unique community of homeschoolers is growing in Washington state. More and more families are taking the plunge and pulling their special needs children out...

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