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Homeschooling - Special Needs

Homeschooling your special needs child: Able but Challenged, ADD, ADHD, Autistic, Blind, Deaf, Dyslexic, Gifted.
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  4. ADD / ADHD (6)
  5. Able But Challenged (6)
  6. Blindness (1)
  7. Autism (14)
  8. Deafness (15)
  9. Dyslexia (5)

Printable Special Needs Forms

Free Printable Special Needs Forms. Print the Weekly Behavior Diary, Food Diary and Therapy Diary to keep track of the behavior changes in your child.

Homeschooling A Right-Brained, Visual Learner

Homeschooling A Right-Brained, Visual Learner. Research in the last decade indicates that today’s short attention-span culture is creating children whose brains are actually wired differently from their parents’ brains.

Homeschooling Special Learners with Assistive Technology

Homeschooling Special Learners with Assistive Technology. We found that very few pre-designed homeschool curricula were designed with the "out-of-the-box" learner in mind.

Homeschooling Your Special Needs Child

Many children with learning disabilities are taught at home. Like most homeschooled children, these children generally do well in the home environment with love and nurturing from their parents.

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