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Aug082011

Homeschooling Special Needs Children

Hey homeschoolers, there are thousands of families homeschooling children with special needs that range from Autism, Down syndrome, ADD/ADHD, deficit disorder, severe multiple handicaps and many others. What most homeschoolers don't know is that there are resources available that can help to aid in the development of your child. Check out the link below on a show we did with Bethany Bennet on homeschooling special needs children.

Homeschooling Special Needs A look at understanding the child who learns with difficulty by Bethany Bennett.

 

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We run a Special school in Kolkata India, we are yet to catch up with the homschooling concept but find many parents now enrolling their children in our Multidisciplinary clinic.

We are homeschooling our special needs son. Caden is going into the 2nd grade this year. He was diagnosed with 22q11.2 (DiGeorge Syndrome) at birth. This diagnosis has come with multiple complex medical issues. Caden spent more than 30 nights inpatient at the children's hospital as a result of surgeries and illnesses in 2011.

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