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    Homeschooling Special Needs Kids
    Homeschooling a Child with ADHD and ODD
    Advice from a homeschooling expert on homeschooling a child with ADHD and ODD. ...
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    Home Therapy for a Lisp
    Advice from a homeschooling expert on helping a child with a lisp at home. ...
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    Homeschooling a Gifted Child with ADHD
    Advice from a homeschooling expert on teaching methods for a gifted child with ADHD. ...
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    Homeschooling a Child with ADD
    Advice from a homeschooling expert on getting a homeschooled child with ADD to stay focused. ...
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    Homeschooling a Child with LD
    Get help deciding whether to take on the responsibility for homeschooling a child with learning disabilities. ...
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    Signs and Symptoms of Dyslexia
    Early Signs of Dyslexia?
    Word reversal or directional reversals are common in younger children, and many outgrow the problem. ...
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    Homeschooling a Child with Speech Problems
    Advice from a homeschooling expert on homeschooling a child with speech problems. ...
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    ADHD, Dyslexia, and Homeschooling
    There are a number of things to consider before assuming full responsibility for your child's schooling at home. ...
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    Dyslexia
    Homeschooling a Dyslexic Child
    Yes, there may be advantages to homeschooling your dyslexic child, and no, in most states you do not have to be specially trained to teach your child. ...
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    Homeschooling Special Needs Kids
    How Do I Homeschool My Special Needs Child?
    If your child's IEP is already in place for this year, begin by following that plan. Once you feel more confident, you can create your own course of study, based on your child's needs and learning style. ...
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    Is Homeschooling Better for Delayed Twins?
    Homeschooling offers kids a safe environment, free from the difficulties and struggles many of their schooled peers face on a daily basis. ...
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    Homeschooling Special Needs Kids
    Homeschooling for a Child with ADHD?
    Before you undertake homeschooling for a child with ADHD, consider that he may also have learning disabilities. ...
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    ADD and Homeschooling Your Kids
    Homeschooling is very effective for most children labeled ADD. Children who have learning and/or behavior problems in the school system may even become symptom-free after a year or two of homeschooling. ...
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    Homeschooling Special Needs Kids
    Speech Disorder, LD, and Homeschooling
    Our expert does not recommend homeschooling a three-year-old with significant speech and learning disabilities. ...
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    Homeschooling Special Needs Kids
    Homeschooling Your Child with Special Needs
    Homeschooling Your Child with Special Needs For families who have kids with special needs, the decision to homeschool is usually a desperate move. Parents are often frustrated by the inability of schools to provide the services their child needs....
    Isabel Shaw
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    Homeschooling Special Needs Kids
    Homeschooling and LD
    There are things to consider before attempting to homeschool a child with LD. ...
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    Homeschooling Special Needs Kids
    Special Education and Homeschooling
    Many school districts do pay for special-education services for homeschoolers. Other school districts are reluctant to do so. ...
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    Homeschooling with a Disability
    Homeschooling with a DisabilityI used to think that education should be left to the educators. But 1.2 million children in the U.S. are being homeschooled these days. And contrary to what I once thought, not all homeschoolers are anti-establishme...
    Jodi Maslanka