Teaching the Non-Verbal Child

This live presentation aired during the 2016 Homeschooling Special Needs Conference

HOW 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 children flourish socially and academically, even when other techniques have failed. This unique approach creates an environment for the child and parent-teacher so that consistent success is achieved in reading, math, and overall language skills. You will develop the skills necessary to easily teach your child the academic fundamentals needed for their success.

More about JoQueta Handy:

JoQueta Handy

JoQueta Handy, PhD, CCC-SLP, is an Integrative Medicine Doctor and Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist with twenty three years of experience working with children who have learning challenges.  She has worked with and advocated for homeschooling for 24 years.

Her philosophy is that every child is a brilliant learner in their own unique and beautiful way. It is Dr. Handy's goal to help each child to effectively learn in any environment no matter the level of learning challenge. She spends her time teaching children and coaching parents and educators how to see a child's gifts, his capacity to prosper and how to foster the best environment to succeed. While she loves one-to-one training, she really would like more people to learn these simple, effective teaching methods.

She has also designed and built 2 schools around one on one teaching based on her strong belief in the homeschool model for children with language processing issue.

You can connect with Dr. Handy at:  www.brilliantlearningonline.com

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shan l says

Thank you! That was inspiring and I feel so much more equipped to teach my special needs daughter who I decided to homeschool.  God Bless!

Lin X says

I'm grateful that you made this video available longer than originally planned.

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