Are you constantly fighting your special needs child to sit down and study? This alternative form of home education may be the answer…for both of you.
Monthly Archives: March 2012
The Out-of-Sync Child: Book Review
Have you ever felt that something was not quite right with your child? Do they constantly move, swing higher and faster than other children? Do they shrink away from touch, bright lights or loud nosies? This week’s book review looks at The Out-of-Sync Child by Carol Stock Kranowitz and the complex issue of Sensory Processing Disorder.
A Special Mother’s Day
Do you dread holidays with your special needs child? Tara offers some practical advice for managing your expectations and making the most of these special times with your special child.
The Explosive Child: Book Review
If you have the money or the time to read just one book this year on parenting your special needs child make it The Explosive Child by Dr. Ross Greene.
Five Important Things to Remember
Parent to parent advice on caring for your special needs child and yourself…and dealing with the ‘expert’
New feature of the Islington Homeschool Mom blog…
Like many homeschool parents of children with special needs, who have been let down by the school system, one of the first things that I did when I brought Emily home was begin to searching for answers. Answers to questions like… Why was her pronunciation so far behind other children? Why did she hate writing?Continue reading “New feature of the Islington Homeschool Mom blog…”