Homeschooling for Children with Special Needs
No one knows your child better than you. If as a parent you feel that your child has special needs, make sure that you read up on all the material that you need to understand what your child is going through. Then consider homeschooling your child to provide him with the understanding and care that may not be so forth coming from teachers in a regular school who have to deal with a whole class full of students.
You will need to ensure that you have the child medically diagnosed and meet the legal requirements for homeschooling him as per your state laws. Here are some special needs that a child may have – ADD, ADHD, autism, vision impairment, hearing impairment, and dyslexia. Each of these children will represent different needs and teaching techniques. It may not be possible for you to handle it all on your own. This is where you can get some assistance in the form of commercially available learning aid software products.
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