Special Needs Independence – Everyone Can Help

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This live presentation aired during the 2016 Homeschooling Special Needs Conference

Teaching Independence to Special Needs Children - Everyone CAN Help!

It seems everyone talks about teaching our children the value of work, but what does that look like when your child has special needs? These kinds of skills can be challenging sometimes for homeschool parents. Learn what you can do to get them helping around the house - based on your child's individual abilities and interests. More importantly, how to make it fun while learning a sense of independence!


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Debi Tonks

Debi Tonks is a mother of four active kids of separate, strong personalities, two have special needs. When she found herself homeschooling these four very different children in her in-law's basement during her husband's unemployment, she knew she had to find a way to get on top of everything or drown in the process! What emerged was a flexible system that keeps things flowing, keeps her kids happy, and keeps her (typically scatterbrained) mind clear and focused. Two houses later, and with the system still working strong for her, she now teaches other women how to design and build systems that work for them.

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