Saturday, July 30, 2011

Homeschooling a Challenged Learner? FREE Resources for You!---Part 2

It has been great hearing from all of our homeschooling parents and grandparents about the list of resources I began in last week's blog article here.

As promised, I wanted to pass along to my readers a few more great resources for challenged learners. The list was a long one, so I thought it would be best to break it up into 2 parts.

The resources in this post include tools and downloadables for parents of elementary students with AD/HD, a general resource guide for special needs, and a support website for autism, and other learning challenges.

Hope you find these helpful as well as those from last week! (Please see previous blog post.) FREE online tools and downloadables designed for use by parents of elementary school students with AD/HD Homeschool resource guide for special needs Homeschooling with autism, AD/HD, learning disorders, or are you a parent with a special need? Need a hand? You have come to the right place.

To access Part 1 of this blog article, simply visit

For more information: For ADHD focusing tools that work! For ADHD info and support

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  1. It is very hard for someone to took care and teach those kind of learners and I know parents have the best qualification for their children with this. Hence, supporting them through giving them the home schooling books fun for reading is a necessary thing.

  2. Dear Jason,

    Thank you for taking the time to write this message and tell us about these homeschooling books from Lighthouse Homeschool Resources. Do you know if the company can provide any books specifically for children with special needs? We looked on the sidebar and searched on the site but were unable to locate books of this type. Please let us know if there is a direct link(s) to such a page(s) on the Lighthouse website. We will appreciate this, too!

    Thanks again for your good input, Jason.

    Joan Brennan