Different special needs require specific learning supports.
Dyslexia: Understand about the 3 types of dyslexia and how a child can still learn to read.
Down Syndrome: Learn about the unique learning profile of these special children and how to adapt homeschool curriculum to their needs.
Executive Functioning Disorder: It’s more than just about a sloppy desk and missing deadlines.
Vision Problems: From near-sightedness to lazy eye, there’s a host of visual problems that can impact learning
Convergence Insufficiency: You hear a lot about CI and vision therapy, but just how prevalent is it?
Learn about the wide variety of tests that may be used during a special education evaluation – and what their results may mean.
IQ Testing: Learn more about the WISC-V test
The Bell Curve: Understanding normal ranges and standard deviations
Testing Terminology: Primer on words you’ll see in a test report
The IEP Process
When children are assessed for special needs instruction, we begin the process by evaluating their level of intelligence.
Requesting Testing: How homeschoolers can obtain a free comprehensive evaluation for special education services
What Causes Low IQ: Which disabilities can impact intelligence
IEP Process: Steps you take to access special education services through your public school