Are you focusing on the right things in your child’s therapy?

[This article first appeared on SPEDHomeschool.org on October 14, 2020] Homeschool is a great place to help your special needs child make progress on therapy goals. The key is to understand what drives your child’s need for therapy and the brain’s need for neurological organization. What is therapy? Therapy is simply training the body to …

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Accommodations for Special Needs Homeschooling

Here are a couple of resources to help you with accommodations. Resource #1: IEP and Lesson Plan Development Handbook – Beginning on page 13, a chart of accommodations by subject area. Resource #2: Cognitive and Academic Interventions Handout – Comprehensive list of accommodations you can use in your homeschool. (Used by permission according to Creative …

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What You Should Know About Homeschooling a Special Needs Child

Originally published on TheOrganicPrepper.com. Links to related topics will take you to The Organic Prepper website. Disclaimer: I am neither a medical professional nor a legal professional. This article is for informational purposes only. If you need medical or legal advice to help you make your decision, please consult a doctor or attorney. Homeschooling a …

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I Want to Homeschool my Special Needs Child: 20 Questions to Ask Yourself

Homeschooling a special needs child is not for the faint of heart but it is doable. To make a good decision, it helps to clarify some things in your mind. If it was strictly a question of education, the answer would be easy. In homeschool, your child has one-on-one instruction in every class with complete …

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