Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur, editor of "Today's Catholic Homeschooling", is the mother of two biological sons and one adopted daughter. She is in her fifteenth year of homeschooling. She has a B.A. in History and Fine Art and a Master's Degree in Applied Theology. She is the author of "The Crash Course Guide to Catholic Homeschooling" and "The Fruits of the Mysteries of the Rosary". She blogs at spiritualwomanthoughts.blogspot.com
"In fact, homeschooling a child with special needs or learning differences can actually be incredibly beneficial. In some respects, it can even be easier than managing the school system, when you have a child who is on an IEP or has 504 accommodations plan.
Homeschooling allows you to really give them the individualized attention that they need. When you’re homeschooling, you are able to look at what their strengths are, what the areas of opportunities are, and then come up with a plan to address them."
One question that I get asked a lot is "As a mom of a special needs child, can I homeschool my children?" We are here today to tell you that you can.
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