Help create our Special Needs page!
- What does it mean to have "special needs?"
- Can one homeschool a child with "special needs" and how?
- When do labels serve our children and when do they harm them?
- What does it mean to be "learning disabled?"
- Are all children who are labeled so truly "disabled?"
- Is ADD/ADHD a myth or reality?
- How are ADD/ADHD children best served?
- What do our children need from us?
- Are some "learning disabled" and ADD/ADHD children products of institutionalized education?
- When might a "special needs" child be best served in a school setting?
We would love to hear your stories about how and why you homeschool your child and your take on the label and how it effects your lives or not! How does homeschooling benefit your child, your family, you as a parent?
We are interested in all stories that celebrate finding your own way with your children that are personally real and as non-judgmental in nature as possible.
The stories do not need to be of length; in fact, a paragraph will work best. A collection of personal vignettes will be used to create this page called Real Stories: Real Lives.
You can submit your vignette to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org. Specify "Vignette: LD & Special Needs" and give your name as you would like it published.
If you find that you have a story of length to share, follow the instructions for Guest Author in the Writer Guidelines. We look forward to hearing from you!
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