Outside the box kids can have a hard time finding social groups that are a good fit: it doesn’t matter if they are homeschooled or not. But when these quirky kids find the place they fit in, it can be
Who would have guessed that 2020 would be one for the history books when it started. It’s been strange, unexpected, and even good at some moments. As we reflect back on all that was and wasn’t this year, I’m sharing
As a special needs parent, you may have heard of “getting an IEP”, and may have wondered how it relates to you. An Individualized Education Plan (IEP) is an official document compiled by a school for a special needs student.
I still celebrate every time I watch Cub writing somewhere. Each time, I remember the extra effort we both put in to get him there. I am proud when I see a new sign on his door he wrote, because
One thing is certain: if you are homeschooling a special needs child, no single all in one, grade level, specific boxed curriculum will meet all of your needs. The ability to adapt curriculum is a perk of homeschooling; we get