Special Needs Homeschooling: The Homeschool Post

There are many things I am passionate about.

My family.

My religion.

Living on Less

Dr. Pepper


Advocating for those with Special Needs

Being a huge pain in the butt for my local legislative representative.


I’m also passionate about Homeschooling Parker.  Yes, Reed is a Principal.  Yes, there is a small groups class at the school Parker would attend.

And no, we don’t send him.

I’m the first to say that homeschooling a nonverbal kid with an extra chromosome is harder than it looks.

It’s also more rewarding than you could ever imagine.

For the last few months I’ve been writing over at The Homeschool Post.

The Homeschool Post is a community of fantastic Moms who all share a passion for schooling their children at home.

To top off the year, The Homeschool Post host The Homeschool Awards.  You may have heard of these awards before because they are HUGE.  And they come with lots of prizes.


Go over and check them out.

And get ready to vote for your favorite homeschool blog.

And start thinking of special needs homeschooling blogs that you could nominate NEXT year.

But before you leave, leave me a comment with any questions you might have about homeschooling.  Curriculum?  How to go about setting up your school at home? Why we do it?  What we have for lunch?

Anything goes.

If you would rather email me your questions, that’s cool to.  There’s a little button on the blog that will spit up my email addy.


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