Being Honest About What You Can Handle in Raising and Homeschooling a Child with Special Needs

Your Cervix is not a Crystal Ball - Great Expectations Birth

How Raising My Child with Special Needs Transformed Me as a Teacher

Returning to the public classroom after our experiences forced me to become the teacher I only wish I knew to be after graduation. I was forever wrecked.

How Raising My Child with Special Needs Transformed Me as a Teacher

Returning to the public classroom after our experiences forced me to become the teacher I only wish I knew to be after graduation. I was forever wrecked.

Homeschooling as a Lifestyle

Homeschooling as a Lifestyle

The Foundations We Build as Homeschoolers of Children with Special Needs

We chose to homeschool for many reasons. We wanted to help build the foundations our son would need for living as independent a life as possible.

The Value in Repetition and Cyclical Learning for the Child with Special Needs

The Value in Repetition and Cyclical Learning for the Child with Special Needs

Answering the -Is He Progressing-- Question with Eloquence (+2 Free Tracking Tools)

Answering the -Is He Progressing-- Question with Eloquence Free Tracking Tools)

Homeschooling as Holistic Living Education & Its Impact on the Education of a Child with Special Needs

Parents are the only people who get the holistic picture of the child. This is why homeschooling is a huge benefit to a child with special needs.

Choosing a Teaching Approach that Works Best for Your Child with Special Needs

Look to the teaching approach that works best for your child first. Then, you can find what publishers produce using this method.

The Real Reason I Chose to Homeschool

There are many benefits to homeschooling. I share the real reason I felt a strong pull to homeschool our son who has special needs.

Accepting This Was Not Plan B- On Raising and Homeschooling a Child with Special Needs

You don't get a do-over when the doctor tells you your child has special needs. Eventually, you realize a do-over isn't necessary.

How the Other Parent Can Support You in Raising and Homeschooling a Child with Special Needs

If you are the main homeschooling parent of a child with special needs, you likely have a lot on your plate. Here's how the other parent can contribute.

Dealing with Those Sleepless, Middle-of-the-Night Crazies- How to Overcome Them and How to Soothe Your Child Afterwards

When your child with special needs is sleepless, what do you do to soothe him and to calm yourself?

Testing Children for the Purpose of a Diagnosis- To Label or Not to Label-

What are the pros and cons of psychological testing of a child?

The Fine Line Between Remediation and Fostering a Child's Differences

Parents of children with special needs sometimes struggle with honoring who their child is while guiding him to learn the skills required to live an independent life. Where is that fine line between remediation and allowing to be?

Why I Allow My Child with Special Needs to Consume Mainstream Media (1)

My son with special needs shows little interest in wooden toys. But, he son consumes mainstream media -- bad words and all.

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