Do you doubt you can help your child overcome learning disabilities? Are seeking buried treasures of wisdom about how to help your child overcome learning disabilities? Well, I have excellent news for you! Learning Abled Kids is and always has been here to help you figure out how to meet your child’s unique learning needs to enable him or her to overcome learning difficulties.
I am a trained Instructional Designer with a Master’s Degree in Instructional Design with focused studies on Universal Design for Learning. I have also successfully homeschooled my sons to overcome their learning challenges and I’ve helped countless other parents. I am hear to help you! My goal is to help you figure out what your child needs, to meet his needs, and to thereby create a kind of educational synergy that will enable your child to learn! SO, let’s get started!
The Instructional Design process follows a formula called ADDIE, which stands for Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, Evaluate. This model is typically applied to corporate level training to insure the provided training meets the needs of both the corporation and the learning population. However, by applying a similar process to your individual child, you can insure the instruction you provide to your child will meet his individual needs.
I am working on developing content for the website and am writing a step-by-step guide for how to homeschool your child to overcome learning disabilities. Thus, this site is not fully restructured yet to provide you the coming step-by-step guide. However, updates are under way. If you want the information as it is initially written, you can subscribe to the Learning Abled Kids’ “How To” Newsletter by entering your name and email address in the form at the right –>
If you want to get started, the initial page for the Step-by-Step guide for Overcoming Learning Disabilities through Individualized Instructional Design is available along with Step 1: Learner Analysis. Steps 2-6 are being written down and the website will be updated and restructured as I complete each page. In the end, I will provide you with a step-by-step template for designing effective instruction specifically for your individual child. Thank you in advance for your understanding as I make this guide the best I know to make it!
I also hope to have a book published by the end of 2013 (or sooner)! I am busy writing down all I know and have learned through my last decade of homeschooling and consulting. My goal is to arm every parent with solid knowledge of how to develop a viable instructional program for their child.
SO with warmest regards, embark on your explorations learning all you can now! Join me on the Learning Abled Kids’ Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/LearningAbledKids) to receive updates whenever I post a new page or new content! AND, sign up for my “How To” Newsletter if you want more detailed information while I work on my book.
I’m wishing you ALL the best and hope visiting this site is a blessing to you in helping your child overcome his learning struggles.
SandyKC, M.S. Instructional Design,
Owner, Learning Abled Kids, L.L.C., and Mom Successfully Homeschooling to Overcome Learning challenges!