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Special Needs Homeschool Tips - Virtual Event
Thursday, August 13th | 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Do you have questions on homeschooling your special needs child at home? Whether your child has classroom or clinic-based experiences, learning at home can really make a difference in outcome. This PowerPoint virtual event will discuss six key areas that are helpful for special needs children and how to modify their education in the home in ways they learn best, such as Discrete Trial Training and Applied Behavior Analysis.
While the emphasis will be on students with cognitive difficulties, such as ASD and Down Syndrome, parents of students with physical or behavioral issues may also benefit from this program. The six tip areas are: Rewards & Boards, Language Development, Sight-Based Reading (for those unable to learn phonics), Task Boxes & Busy Bags, Incorporating Practical Life Skills, and Behavior Management & Stress Relief Techniques.
This event will be presented virtually via Go To Meeting. Register at Eventbrite to receive the log-in information for accessing the virtual presentation.
Homeschool 101: How to Get Started
Power Point Resource
New to homeschooling or considering it for the next school year? Your questions are answered on homeschooling in Texas with this PowerPoint presentation by a local homeschool mom and reference librarian. Homeschooling methods, curriculum and additional topics are discussed. The PowerPoint document has been updated to match information provided in the May virtual event. Tons of helpful links are included!
Please let us know what resources are useful to you. We value any input from the community that can assist us in serving the needs of local homeschoolers.
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Address: 1014 Charles Street, Weatherford TX, 76086.
Disclaimer: The Weatherford Public Library is providing this resource to assist local homeschoolers. A great amount of the information is useful for all educators and parents. It is not an endorsement of any product or business mentioned or a promotion of homeschooling as a preference over other choices in education.