(Even if you have no teaching background)
I helped my sons overcome their learning disabilities, including dyslexia, dysgraphia, ADHD, and more. There are things you can do at home to help your child too!
When your child isn’t making learning progress like other kids, figuring out HOW to help your child learn is one of your biggest challenges.
You KNOW there has to be SOMETHING that can be done.. and guess what?
There are several things you can do to help your child overcome learning disabilties at home.
Learning Abled Kids is home of “Do Something” to help your child learn, especially if your child has a learning disability!
Launch Your Learning Abled Kid’s Educational Success Story Today by using the resources provided throughout the Learning Abled Kids website to get your child on the right track.
As an Instructional Designer, Homeschooling Mom, and Educational Success Story Coach, my goal is to provide you with HOW-TO information, training, and coaching, so you can help your child become more successful academically, whether you homeschool or not.
By exploring Learning Abled Kids’ resources, joining our support group, and asking questions, you’ll discover ways to help your child. Once you identify what needs to be done you’ll have three choices for getting the help your child needs:
1) Go after your school like a momma bear, waving the IDEA Laws and demanding an adequate and appropriate education for your child,
2) Start hiring private providers to fill in the gaps with proven remedial programs,
3) Do it yourself (not as difficult as you may think). You CAN help your child at home when you’re armed with the right information and proven programs, whether you provide part-time help in addition to traditional school, or whether you choose to immerse your child in a proven educational program at home. You can homeschool learning disabilities right out the window!
I’ve taken all three steps, from going through the Georgia Advocacy Office’s Parent Leadership Support Program to learn about special education advocacy, to advocating at my child’s school, hiring professionals to provide instruction I didn’t think I could handle, to ultimately doing it myself.
When your child is struggling with dyslexia (reading decoding), dysgraphia (writing and written expression), or has difficulty with dyscalculia (math facts and math reasoning), it can be frustrating at best and downright scary when you think about the long-term issues your child may have if he never learns the academic basics.
I’ve been there and I’ve worried that!
LET ME TELL YOU … YOU Can change outcomes for your Child (You can Homeschool learning disabilities successfully)!
Whether your child is in public or private school, or if your child is homeschooled, YOU can be THE person to change your child’s educational outcome. Seriously, you’re here looking for a reason..
Here’s the deal:
I know you can do this too–you can help your child overcome learning disabilities.
I did it. Other parents have done it. It CAN be done. You just need to know where to start!
Your First Three Steps to take towards creating your child’s success story:
1) Obtain a comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation from a highly qualified neuropsychologist so you KNOW what learning challenges are preventing your child from learning;
2) Determine your child’s learning style so you can be sure to teach your child in the way that he learns as an individual. When it comes to education, one size never fits all, so you have to find the right kind of teaching to reach your child’s mind;
3) Find PROVEN programs to address each cognitive process that affects your child’s learning and then provide those programs one way or another.
Please DIVE IN and dig through the resources to help your child!
Sign up for our Tips List, then use the “You May Also Like” menu or site index to find information about identifying your child’s specific learning needs and proven programs to help meet your child’s specific needs.
If you’re going to do battle with your child’s school, arm yourself with the information in the free IEP training.
There’s a free Multi-sensory instruction tutorial too, which can help you figure out how to teach your child based upon his specific learning style.
You may also like the “Special Education Guidebook for Parents of Children with Specific Learning Disabilities.”
If you’d like to know more about our journey, read our story of how we overcame learning disabilities through homeschooling.
THANK YOU for being a champion for your child!!
Your child may not thank you now, but he will when he’s an adult. I THANK YOU for being an awesome parent for your child, and the world thanks you for doing your best to raise your child to be a viable adult.
Plainly put: You’re AWESOME!