Homeschooling Special Needs

There are many advantages of homeschooling a child with special needs. Not only does it gift you with the opportunity to strengthen the bond between you and your unique learner.

It also provides your child with individualized attention that would simply not be possible in a classroom environment.

If you are considering homeschooling a student with special needs, here is some encouragement I hope will help you as you’re getting started.

Consider your child’s needs and interests

Understanding your child is key to deciding how you want to set up their learning environment and structure their days learning at home with you.

Knowing the reasons why you have made this educational choice can help to encourage you on those difficult days when you question the decision you’ve made.

Remember the reasons why you chose this path

Plan your homeschooling budget

With a little bit of resourcefulness and a whole lot of passion, many homeschool families are able to educate their children at home without spending a lot of money.

Keep in mind that the curriculum you use for other kids in your homeschool may not be the best fit for your child with special needs.

Explore curriculum options that suit your child

Embrace rhythms and routines that suit your family’s lifestyle

If your child is moving out of a traditional classroom setting, this will make the transition to homeschooling more comfortable for everyone.


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