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The Homeschool Diner's Guide to
Homeschooling Special Situations

by Julie Shepherd Knapp, copyright 2006

Families homeschool in all sorts of situations
When it's not just your everyday, garden variety homeschooling...

What About Babies and Toddlers?

Preschool at Home


High School Concerns

Working Parents and Single Parents

Homeschooling, Divorce, and Custody Issues

Gifted Homeschooling

Special Needs Homeschooling

Twice Exceptional Homeschooling

Visual-Spatial and Creative Learners


Other Special Situations

Homeschooling Only One -- for those concerned about social aspects
of  homeschooling an only child, a book, links to e-groups and an active
message board

Home Education and Down Syndrome and Homeschooling and
Downs Syndrome -- two different online support groups

Rural Homeschooling -- taking advantage of "place-based education

Homeschooling Stepfamilies -- an online support group

Homeschooling a Houseful -- for those with large families trying to
homeschool many different age groups at the same time.

Twenty-ish AP Moms -- a support group for young mothers practicing
attachment parenting., and other forms of instinctive and gentle
parenting, natural living, homeschooling, etc

Homeschooling with Chronic Illnesses -- support for parents who
are homeschooling and also have a chronic illness

AdoptHomeschool -- an online support group for those homeschooling
adopted children (international and domestic)

NEURONetwork -- for parents of adopted children with SID, RAD
(reactive attachment disorder) or attachment issues, PTSD, ODD,
ADD/ADHD, anxiety, autism-spectrum disorders, or other delays (public
schooling or homeschooling)

Megans Hope -- for those homeschooling children with photosensitivity
and skin diseases

HomeschooledMultiples --  for parents of twins. triplets, and more
"How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young,
compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving
and tolerant of the weak and strong.
Because someday in life you will have been all of these."  
-- George Washington Carver