All children can learn. All can be homeschooled. Homeschooling a child with special needs (I have twin boys with special needs in addition to three typical girls) is doable. It is up to you to decide what is best for your child and what realistically you think you can successfully manage.
Homeschooling the Child with Special Needs
Homeschooling a child with special needs, Part One: The Advantages
Homeschooling a child with special needs, Part Two: The Disadvantages
How I came to the decision to homeschool my twins with special needs
What to include in your homeschool documentation binder
Spelling without Handwriting
The movie that makes me want to be a better Mom
Why you should consider IXL math for your homeschool
Teaching life skills as a curriculum subject for the special needs homeschooler
Free phonics at Starfall
How are you measuring success?
Ten tips for Happy Holiday guest hosting when you are a special needs family
I can’t homeschool because my child has special needs…(yes, you can!)
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**This website is a personal blog created by an ASHA certified Speech Language Pathologist and homeschooler. The ideas herein are meant to help you in your homeschool journey and to help your children increase speech and language skills. These products or ideas are not meant to replace an evaluation or treatment from a certified SLP. Information received via this blog or email does not constitute the giving of legal or medical advice. Parents are solely responsible for their child’s speech/language development. Parents are also solely responsible for knowing the homeschooling requirements in your state.