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Home School Resources for Disabled Children

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Whether you are new to home schooling or are looking for something new to fill our your existing curriculum, there are many home school resources for disabled children online.  The following is a list of online resources for mental and physically challenged children and teens.

Partington Behavior Analysts

Partington Behavior Analysts offers education analysis and intervention services for children with Pervasive Development Disorder - Not Otherwise Specified, autism and children with other developmental and language delays.  The founder of Partington Behavior Analysts, James W. Partington, Ph.D., BDBA-D, is the co-founder of the ABELLS-R assessment tool.

National Challenged Homeschoolers Associated Network

NATHHAN, the National Challenged Homeschoolers Associated Network, provides support, articles, book reviews and classified ads for Christian parents homeschooling differently-abled children.

LD Online

Learning Disabilities online offers a wealth of resources for parents, teachers and children.  On this website you'll find articles on a wide variety of disabilities, information on how to help your child succeed in their education environment, research and statistics on disabilities and personal stories from parents and caregivers. 

Another Path

Another Path offers resources to parents who are home schooling deaf or hard of hearing children.  Provides guides on many topics, from teaching math to foreign language.

Dyslexia Resources

Dyslexia Resources offers a large number of audio files for parents and educators on topics such as 9/11 from the "Champions for Children" radio broadcast by Dr. Vaz.  Includes diagnostic tools for teachers and information for parents who suspect or know their child has dyslexia.

National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped

The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped provides a free program to eligible individuals that includes braile and audio materials.  The materials are sent free through the United States Postal Service.

ADHD of the Christian Kind - Homeschooling the ADHD Child

Christian-based resources for homeschooling a child with ADHD.  Includes free charts, schedules, challenges and information for educators, parents and teens. 

Teaching Children Who Aut to be at Home - Homeschooling the Autistic Child

A website dedicated to homeschooling children with autism, written by a parent who has been homeschooling for over 10 years.  Provides information on a variety of topics, such as joining a support group, suggested reading lists and teaching resources.

Learning Abled Kids

Provides resources for a variety of differently-abled children, from ADHD to dyslexia and CAPD.  Includes home school curriculum guides for most subjects and offers a suggested reading list for parents and caregivers.

National Association for Child Development

Provides learning resources and testing for children who have learning disabilities; they can assist in designing learning programs for differently-abled children who are being homeschooled.  The NACD provides assistance with children who have autism, ADHD, dyslexia, down syndrome, brain injuries and cerebral palsy.

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