As of recent I have received LOTS of questions regarding homeschooling children with special needs.
*What are the expections of the Option 3 law for homeschooling special needs?
*How do I graduate my special needs student?
*What do they receive once their are finished homeschooling?
*Who do I report to when I am done with homeschooling my special needs child?
*My child is severely delayed in their learning how do I handle my reporting to your accountability association?
*How do I discover the proper curriculum for my student?
*What type of testing is available for my special needs homeschooling?
*How do I get special accomodations for testing in high school for my student?
*How do I manage my day with my special needs student who is a challenge during the homeschooling day?
*What groups are available for my family for support with our special needs student?
and lots more!
For the 2018-2019 homeschooling year in the ‘Member’s Area’ of my website you will find Special Needs content that will answer these questions, my Special Needs Boot camp that will be exclusive to my UCHU-AA members as well as additiona resourcees that you MUST KNOW on this homeschooling journey of your special needs child here in SC.
Stay connected and I’ll see you in the Members Area of this website where you will find loads of great resources for you on this journey.
Members Area will be open to the 2018-2019 UCHU-AA members August 1, 2018!!
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Angela Jordan Perry, is a wife of 25 years, homeschooling Mom of eight children, mentor, entrepreneur, host of Girlfriends’ Guide to Homeschooling, podcast host of Girlfriends Chat, founder/director of STEAM Co-Op of the Upstate, Mocha Homeschooling Moms-SC founder, owner/director/administrator of United Community of Homeschoolers Unlimited Option 3 Accountability Association, direct marketer, mad’am farmer, Toastmasters Competent Communicator recipient, racial injustice activist. Angela and her family makes their homestead in Campobello, SC.