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A collection of my essays, activities, and case studies for supporting the education of disabled/chronically ill and neurodivergent children.

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Under a Microscope

Under a Microscope

As newbie parents of a disabled child, we were immediately placed under a microscope. ⁣ From the moment we received the diagnosis, we were observed intently. ⁣ How would we cope with the diagnosis? ⁣ ⁣ Would we be able to handle it long-term? ⁣ ⁣ Did we have adequate...

Teaching to Symptoms, Not a Diagnosis

Teaching to Symptoms, Not a Diagnosis

  Once you were given a diagnosis for your child, you wanted to know everything there was to know about it. You read the appropriate books, bookmarked the best websites, and joined support forums. When it comes to homeschooling your disabled child, you want to do...

Under a Microscope

Under a Microscope

As newbie parents of a disabled child, we were immediately placed under a microscope. ⁣ From the moment we received the diagnosis, we were observed intently. ⁣ How would we cope with the diagnosis? ⁣ ⁣ Would we be able to handle it long-term? ⁣ ⁣ Did we have adequate...

Teaching to Symptoms, Not a Diagnosis

Teaching to Symptoms, Not a Diagnosis

  Once you were given a diagnosis for your child, you wanted to know everything there was to know about it. You read the appropriate books, bookmarked the best websites, and joined support forums. When it comes to homeschooling your disabled child, you want to do...