Your guide to helping your special needs child thrive in a homeschool environment!
Homeschooling Special Needs Children
It is not necessary to have a degree in special education to homeschool a child with special needs.
Many homeschool programs have special accommodations for children with special needs.
Special Needs Curriculums
Searching for an alternative to traditional school? Special needs kids tend to need a flexible program where they can learn at their own pace in an environment that is suitable to their learning style.
Take a look at some of these Christian homeschool programs that include interactive games, life-like videos, and engaging video lessons.
These can be accessed from home, a doctor’s office, or in the backseat of a car while traveling.
Special Needs Programs
Some states offer Individual Educational Programs (IEPs) to special needs children that are homeschooled.
If you are fortunate enough to have this service in your state, it is the same support and resources that your child would receive if they attended a traditional public school.
For those states that do not offer these specialized services, there are other options like using a specialized homeschool curriculum.
Support for Special Needs Parents
If you are a parent of a special needs child, you may feel like you are on your own. Fortunately, that is not the case.
There are many support groups and resources and Christian counselors available, so you do not have to walk the path alone.
Special Needs Resources
Special Needs & Family Relationships
When you are a caregiver of a child with special needs, enlisting the help and support of family is essential.
The stress of caring for a special needs child can cause a strain on family relationships. But it can also be a source of strength—a reason to come together and support each other.
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