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How Can I Tell If My Homeschooled Child Has a Learning Disorder?
Chances are good that when your child was a baby, you were looking through all the developmental books to see if your child measured up or had delays in his development. Now that your child is older, you can still use books to help determine where he falls in relation to other kids his age. Remember, all children develop differently and some feel a “better late than early” approach is best. Just because your child hasn’t mastered his multiplication facts by a certain age doesn’t automatically mean he has a learning disorder. A true diagnosis involves several things. Here are just a few things you can do to help guide you on your journey:
If you have a child with special needs, homeschooling may be the best thing you can do for him. Homeschooling offers benefits to children with special needs that schools simply cannot provide. For instance, homeschooling allows you the chance to give your child the one-on-one attention he may need. Like most homeschooling parents, you may receive a negative response from outsiders. However, you can keep your head high knowing you’re doing the best thing for him!
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