Category Archives for Visual Processing Disorder

Homeschooling the Sensory Intense Child

Does your child bounce constantly? Will your child refuse to touch scissors or even their pencil? We discuss Sensory Integration Disorder and what it means to our homeschooling. Practical advice and ideas from a mom who has lived on the sensory roller coaster for years, and if pushed I would have to admit to having […]

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Brilliant Learning Tips for Students Who Learn Differently

Children who are labeled with learning challenges simply learn differently. Learn specific tips and strategies that will open the window of opportunity for teaching your child, making learning fun and increasing accuracy. Learn how to determine your child’s learningstrength and how to implement these strengths into every area of curriculum. More about JoQueta Handy: JoQueta […]

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Don’t Dys-miss Me- A look at the neglected learning disabilities

There is something wrong with how your child deals with learning but you can’t quite figure it out? Perhaps you have a diagnosis like Auditory Processing Disorder but it’s dismissed as a throw away diagnosis. Let’s talk about the neglected learning disabilities! How to find out what the problem is. How to find therapy home […]

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Nourishing Hope: How to Help a Child with Autism or ADHD to Improve Through Nutrition and Diet

This workshop was presented in the 2014 Special Needs Conference which was a free live online conference, and is now Plus members-only content. Julie Matthews Julie Matthews About Julie Matthews:​Wife to a US Marine, and mother of Connor, 5, who is recovered from autism, Maria used to work in health care but discovered on her journey […]

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Recovery is Real: Effective Methods to Recover from Autism

This workshop was presented in the 2014 Special Needs Conference which was a free live online conference, and is now Plus members-only content. Maria O’Neil Maria O’Neil About Maria O’Neil:​Wife to a US Marine, and mother of Connor, 5, who is recovered from autism, Maria used to work in health care but discovered on her journey […]

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Teaching the Non-Verbal Child

This live presentation aired during the 2016 Homeschooling Special Needs ConferenceHOW TO TEACH THE NON-VERBAL CHILD: If You Think Your Child Can’t Read, Think Again!One of the greatest accomplishments for a parent is to see their child reading, especially for the nonverbal child. In this lecture, you will learn how Dr. Handy has helped nonverbal […]

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Flipboard for homeschooling on the spectrum

This workshop was presented in the 2016 Special Needs Conference – December 7, 2016 Don’t Flip Out…Flipboard!!  Come and learn a fantastic FREE tool for incorporating technology in a safe, creative environment.  Flipboard is a major part of Lynne’s homeschooling of her 17 year old high functioning autistic son. In this seminar Lynne will show how Flipboard […]

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Planning and goal setting with a special needs child

This workshop was presented in the 2016 Special Needs Conference – December 7, 2016  Planning your Homeschooling Special Needs Journey  Homeschooling an exceptional child is a journey. What do you need to know to get to your destination? Your child struggles with some part of learning, or perhaps has given up. How do you establish wise […]

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Transitioning HFA from homeschool to independence

High Functioning Autism: Transitioning From Homeschool to IndependenceThis live presentation aired on:December 6, 2016 – Special Needs Conference”In a 2008 study of 200 families with transition-age and adult children with an ASD, conducted by the University of Miami/Nova Southeastern University CARD, 74% of the respondents were unemployed and 74% of those employed worked less than […]

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Joyous Connections: A Master Storyteller’s Secrets for Reaching and Teaching Children with Disabilities and Special Needs

This live presentation aired on:December 6, 2016 – Special Needs ConferenceIn this adult seminar, Jim demonstrates how stories and storytelling are a powerful source of life skills and academic content for children and adults with special needs and challenges. Students will learn how experiencing stories profoundly increases learning and retention and improves communication. Jim will […]

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