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Do you have a child who has been diagnosed with Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome?

Homeschooling Autism or Asperger’s kids is an ideal way to school your child.

In particular, Homeschooling can enable your child’s unique skills and abilities to shine!

Kids with Asperger’s or High Functioning Autism often flourish when they are homeschooled. One great benefit is your child’s freedom from uncomfortable social pressures. There are plenty of social opportunities that aren’t overwhelming to kids with autism.

Your child’s special talents can be fed constantly too. The focus can help your child develop highly advanced skills or content knowledge in some areas. Homeschooling Autism or Asperger’s kids, in turn, really helps a child’s self-esteem.

The links I’ve collected for this Homeschooling Autism or Asperger’s Kids page are recommended as good resources. However the Homeschooling Autism or Asperger’s resources have typically been relatively few in number.

Given the large number of special programs for kids with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, and executive function issues, you can find many great programs, even if they aren’t specifically developed for Homeschooling Autism or Asperger’s kids.

If you have a child with Aspergers or Autism, and know of any great Homeschooling Autism or Asperger’s I should add, please let me know. I am happy to add resources that will be of help to other parents that are homeschooling Autism or Asperger’s kids.

Nurturing Your Aspergers Child – Learn Successful Parenting Strategies For Kids With Aspergers Syndrome. This program includes A Point System And Chore Charts. Full Of Key Ideas.

Essential Guide to Autism – Discover Proven Strategies To Improve The Life of a person with Autism… The Essential Guide to Autism is a Step-by-Easy-Step instructional guide to ensure your child receives the best treatment available.

Amicus for Children

ASPEN Asperger Syndrome Education Network

Aspergers Support Group

Future Horizons – World Leader in Autism & PDD

OASIS, On-Line Asperger Syndrome Information and Support

Tony Attwood’s Asperger’s Site

Alabama Autism

Autism Society of America

Autism Society of America, Georgia Chapter

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