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You Can Homeschool when Mom is Chronically Ill

When a parent is ill, many will encourage you to put your child back in school. You may feel guilty for being ill and feel like it would be better for your child to have healthy active adults leading their education. Your kids need YOU! Homeschooling is possible even with significant health issues. We understand because Chris is dealing with chronic illness and Heather is dealing with a life-shortening disease. Let us share why we chose to continue homeschooling and how to make it work for you and your children.

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You CAN Homeschool Your Kids With Dyslexia

Dyslexia effects 20% of our kids. Research shows that dyslexic kids become dyslexic adults. Early intervention with researched-based teaching methods can help your child avoid many of the struggles with school caused by poor reading skills. This session will help parents understand what dyslexia is and what it isn’t, provide practical help to understand learning styles and how to choose teaching methods that are more effective. The session will also include encouragement for the day to day struggles, both academic and emotional, and conclude with learning the advantages to the dyslexic way of thinking.

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Learning In Spite of Labels

Learning In Spite Of Labels

Come see into the heart of your struggling learner – even if he is gifted in some areas. Discover the underlying problem, look at his strengths and learn some strategies to get moving in the right direction.

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Special Needs Homeschooling? Yes, You Can!

Is it legal to homeschool a child with a special need? What about IEPs, therapy, and finding curriculums that work? From gifted children to families dealing with significant health issues, let’s talk about how to successfully start the homeschooling journey.

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