Tag Archives: ADHD

  • Wings To Soar Online Academy – K-12 Outside of the Box Education

    Affordable, Flexible, Experienced Homepage by Emerson Sandow Learning challenges are no longer confined to a few students who suffer with dyslexia or ADHD. Now, the spectrum of difficulties include a wide variety of recognized learning disorders, including dyscalcula (math challenges), spelling, reading comprehension, writing difficulties and Autism to name a few. For parents and students Continue Reading

  • Therapro, Inc. – Special Needs Learning Products & More!

    www.therapro.com 225 Arlington Street Framingham, MA 01702-8723 (508) 872-9494 or (800) 257-5376 Email: info@therapro.com By Ellen Meade Homeschooling children who have special needs, offers a unique set of challenges and rewards for students and parents. However, public schools have one advantage over homeschooling parents – the learning resources. Speech Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Art Therapists – Continue Reading

  • Decompression from School Frequently-Asked-Questions

    by Cafi Cohen “He just won’t do anything!” say the parents of new teenage homeschoolers. Novice homeschooling parents always begin with such high hopes. They envision their children industriously attacking thoughtfully-selected curriculum, running a business, publishing a book, graduating early, and winning big scholarship money – or at least catching up in math! Some of Continue Reading

  • Developing Emotional Intelligence – Two Great Books To Help You Help Your Child (and Yourself!)

    (1) Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and Your Child — 8 Proven Skills To Increase Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence – 354 pages, soft cover (2) EQ and Your Adolescent 11-15- Years Old- 366 pages, soft cover Both by Eileen D. Healy, MA, LMFT Family Pedia Publishing www.EITrainingInstitue.com;Facebook page is:https://www.facebook.com/eitraininginstitute. Assessed by Michael Leppert “Emotional Intelligence” or “EQ” Continue Reading

  • Homeschooling the Late Bloomer

    by Carolyn Forte More than thirty years ago, as a college student, I worked as an aide at Carl Harvey School for the Orthopedically Handicapped in Orange County, California. During two summers working with severely handicapped children, I learned that “experts” can help and advise, but that the very best results come only with the Continue Reading