31 Days of Pinterest Hacks

For families, caregivers, and teachers of disabled, chronically ill, and neurodivergent children.

Welcome to 31 Days of Pinterest Hacks!

If you’re like me, you probably spend hours perusing Pinterest and find a ton of ideas for homeschooling.  Only, you might find yourself pinning and never going back because the activity is just not doable for your disabled child.  Maybe your child has a sensory aversion, a fine motor delay or a cognitive delay that doesn’t allow him to execute the activity as presented.

I’ve been there.

That’s why I’ve decided to show you how you can hack an idea posted on Pinterest to meet the needs of your child.  For the total of one month, I’ll be sharing adaptations/ modifications to activities/ projects I find on Pinterest.  I will give you details on how to make it feasible for your child.

 

My goal is to help you develop the habit of asking yourself the same
questions I do when I see an inspiration board.

 

Don’t just pin the ideas – do something about them.

Because you can.

And, you will.

In just 31 days.

I’ll be posting a link to each day on this page.  Keep coming back here to see how I hack an idea into something doable for a disabled child.

 

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