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    tampitt

    Re: about to be 7th grade son with autism and dyslexia- thinking about homeschooling

    Thanks. We have to cut homework into blocks for my son, I'm sure homeschooling won't be much different. If something is too frustrating, then a break is needed to regroup. I do like that i can...

    tampitt Today, 11:44 AM Go to last post
    hearthstone_academy

    Re: about to be 7th grade son with autism and dyslexia- thinking about homeschooling

    Hi. My 12-year-old son has Down syndrome, autism, and a variety of sensory issues. I absolutely understand about the "too loud" part. :) Some kids need a learning environment customized for their...

    hearthstone_academy Today, 09:58 AM Go to last post
    BethAnnFair

    Re: Will be starting soon, questions on how to proceed?

    Thank you so much for the warm welcome! yes, she told me last, in a state of wonder, "Mom, I have nothing to stress about anymore!" Felt so good to hear her say that!!!!

    BethAnnFair Today, 06:54 AM Go to last post
    Robin

    Re: about to be 7th grade son with autism and dyslexia- thinking about homeschooling

    It does sound like Time4Learning may be a good fit for your son. My son doesn't have an autism diagnosis, but is very similar to yours. He is happiest doing his own thing and doesn't like the "noise"...

    Robin Today, 01:22 AM Go to last post