Homeschool is a special time, so your curriculum should be special too. We know how important it is to have a personalized curriculum that’s tailored to your needs and abilities. That’s why we offer customizable units and activities for all subjects, including math, science, social studies, and language arts. Every lesson is fully customizable and can be adjusted according to your student’s learning style or ability level.
Homeschooling is a great option for those who are unable to send their children to traditional schools because of health or other special needs. However, it can be daunting in the beginning. We’ve compiled a list of resources and curricula that will help you get started.
Homeschooling is a unique opportunity to cater to your child’s needs. Whether they have a learning disability, or a physical disability, or are just struggling with reading, you can customize their curriculum to fit their needs. However, that doesn’t mean it’s easy. It takes time and effort to find the right resources and create an effective program.
It can be difficult to homeschool a child with special needs. We’ve developed resources that can help you and your children succeed, no matter what their particular circumstances are. Our curriculum and materials are designed to work for many different learning styles and levels, so that you can create the best educational situation for your children.
The first question to ask yourself is what kind of disability your child has. Is it developmental? Physical? Emotional? Or something else? Once you know that, you can begin researching what kinds of curricula are available for them, as well as which ones are best suited to their abilities.
If your child has a physical disability, they will likely need some kind of assistive technology (AT) in order to access their education at home. For example, if they require crutches or a wheelchair, then an online course may not be able to accommodate their specific needs because these devices take up space around the house that isn’t available on computer screens and laptops. Also consider whether or not there are any other issues related to their disability that might affect how well they learn online-for example, if they’re deaf or have poor eyesight then voice-recognition software won’t work well for them and neither will reading text off a screen.
However, homeschooling families with special needs students face unique challenges in providing the same quality of education that their peers receive. This can be due to a variety of different factors, including lack of funding, limited resources, and the need for specialized equipment and support.
In order to help these families, we offer a curriculum specifically designed for homeschooled students with special needs. Our curriculum includes lessons on topics such as reading comprehension, math fundamentals, and social studies concepts. It also provides guidance on how parents can work with their children at home to develop skills like self-advocacy and independent living skills needed in adulthood.
The Education for Special Needs Children curriculum is designed to help children with special needs develop the skills necessary to succeed in the world around them. This program is meant to be used in conjunction with a homeschool curriculum, and it incorporates physical therapy, behavioral therapy, and speech-language therapy into the educational process.
While children with special needs are capable of learning many of the same skills as children without special needs, they may experience more difficulty in developing these skills. Our program teaches skills that are often used in everyday life, such as motor skills and communication skills. We also incorporate socialization into our lessons to help students feel comfortable interacting with others.
By working with therapists who specialize in physical therapy, behavioral therapy, and speech-language pathology, we can create a program that works for your child’s specific needs. We will work directly with you to tailor our curriculum to your child’s strengths and weaknesses so that he or she can be successful at home and at school.