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Homeschooling & ADHD/Other Special Needs : What Type of Homeschooling Works Best?

If you’re reading this you’re either curious about homeschooling because you think it will help your child, actively homeschooling and looking for tips, or Googling in desperation because you’re sick and tired of whatever rigmarole you are going through with […]

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Homeschooling your child with ADHD or other special needs: myths and realities

Compared to many people, I haven’t been homeschooling very long. J, my 10-year old with ADHD, learning disabilities, audio processing difficulties, developmental delays, poor short term memory, and More...

The Village (You are NOT alone)

There are literally hundreds, if not thousands of people who are involved in my child’s life. At the same time I think it’s really easy to feel isolated More...

The wisdom of the ages: happy birthday to me and what I’ve learned over the years of parenting my son…

Yesterday I turned 43. Part of me cringes to write that, although I’m not ashamed of my age or have regrets about paths not taken or anything of More...

Saga of the sheds, or, If you can’t change the kid, you have to change the system

Our house is 100 years old. When we bought it, it included two dilapidated sheds, probably not 100 years old, but at least 50 or so. One shed More...

New Series: HELLO! My name is: Eve, Part 1: What were you expecting?

When I was pregnant with my first child, I spent untold hours with my nose in the book What to Expect When You’re Expecting. Throughout my son Aaron’s More...

Is it ADHD…or could it be FASD?

I spent the morning filling out forms so that my son could see yet another specialist, get yet another evaluation, have yet another appointment with someone we’re hoping More...

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