Advice for thriving during school closures from the ‘homeschool’ mother of two ‘special needs’ children.
Our family celebrates the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and has an almost ‘normal’ day.
Childhood obesity. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Violence and bullying in schools. Besides being headline grabbing issues, they share something else in common as well. Television has been listed as the blame for each of these…to one degree or another. But the reality is that in the world in which we live, few people rememberContinue reading “TV…demon or friend?”
Thom Hartmann’s The Edison Gene offers parents of children with ADHD an alternative view of their child’s gifts…a refreshing persoective worth reading.
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.
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.