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Homeschooling Strategies for Language Disorders

  Peggy Ployhar The United States Department of Health states that “approximately 7 to 8 percent of children in kindergarten” struggle with a language disorder of some type. Why then...




What is the Best Way to Teach Reading?

  Jan Bedell, PhD, Master NeuroDevelopmentalist The controversy, almost hostile conflict, over the best way to teach reading has been waged for decades. The pendulum seems to swing to one side...


Incorporating Movement into Learning

  By Mary Winfield We have all chosen to homeschool because we felt like it was the best option for our family, especially our child with special needs. While there...



Curriculum Picks

Curriculum Picks There are many curriculum options available to families who homeschool children with special educational needs.   Below is a summary of our curriculum partners as well as our...




The Lows and Highs of Assistive Technology

By Tracy Criswell Many parents hear the word assistive technology and automatically think that it will be expensive. This is not the case though. According to the IDEA (Individuals with...