by Cathi Cohens Being a parent is an enormous responsibility. Being the parent of a child with Asperger’s Syndrome requires
by Nancy Coleman Most people don’t realize that when a child is diagnosed with a chronic illness, the family is
by Laurie Detweiler Many parents have experienced the same of a distracted child. Jenny was sitting in church desperately trying
by Kathy Kuhl “I didn’t really teach my older two; I just threw piles of books at them,” Margaret joked.
by Melissa Dean
As mom to four children with special needs, I have made a lot of mistakes juggling family
“Every person is made in the image of God, so each one is valuable.” by Kathy Kuhl Homeschoolers who have
Kathy Kuhl Often parents ask me about starting to homeschool. Here’s what I’d say to anyone starting out: Don’t Panic
by Judi Munday, M.A.; M. Ed. Parents who teach more than one child find it challenging to individualize their teaching
The Effects of Omega-3 on Health, Behavior, and School by Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP Sometimes a subject comes up that
By Jackie N. As parents of kids with special needs, we know how amazing they are. With the right encouragement
There are many lovely ways to begin your homeschool day. We usually start with Bible time, a very simple routine
By: Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP One of the most common and most misdiagnosed processing problems in children is a blocked
Q. Can I use testing accommodations for my child who is a struggling reader? A. Unless your child has a
Q. I have a child who is struggling to learn. I may need to have him tested, but I don’t
Q. Can my homeschooled child who has an IEP still be involved in special classes at his former school? A.
Q. Is speech therapy available for religiously exempt homeschoolers? A. A limited number of special-need services—usually speech and occupational (OT)
Q. May I remove my preschooler with special needs from school and educate him at home? Are there additional requirements?
Q. Since my child had an IEP, is there anything extra I need to do when I file my Notice
Q. Are there extra requirements to homeschool a child with special needs? Are they still eligible for services like speech
Q. Is my homeschooler eligible for speech therapy through a public school? A. Although school districts are not obligated to