Homeschooling Special needs
Parents who choose to homeschool their special-needs children operate on an elevated level of determinnation,courage and commitment . Not only must they go against the flow of the general public and educational experts, but they also must accept that certain schooling approaches that work well for other homeschool families are counterproductive for them.
However, just like all other home-educating parents, parents who homeschool children with learning difficulties strive to create a framework for effective learning. Finding a way to present material to a child while matching his learning style is of extra concern in developing an effective special needs homeschool program.
Home Schooling Children With Special Needs by Sharon C. Hensley
Special Needs Resource Guide by Patricia Rendoff
Provides names and contact information for manufacturers of materials for special-needs students.
Strategies for Stuggling Learners - A guide for the Teaching Parent by Joe P. Sutton, Ph.D. and Connie J. Sutton, M.ED
Instructs parent on teaching children who struggle with learning, attention or behavior problems.