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Homeschooling a Child with Asperger’s Syndrome

Vol. 112, Prg. 21–25
June 4–8, 2012


For a child struggling with Asperger’s syndrome, homeschooling may be the very best learning option for their unique needs. HSLDA Special Needs Coordinator Dianne Craft shares ways you can deal with this condition, help your child excel, and develop their unique gifts and abilities through education.

Program Listing:

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6/4  
What Is Asperger’s?
6/5  
There’s No Place like Home
6/6  
Learning My Way
6/7  
Building the Social Connection
6/8  
Come Alongside

Homeschooling a Struggling Learner


Homeschooling a struggling learner or a special needs child? HSLDA’s Special Needs Coordinators provide answers about evaluations, IEPs, finding a consultant, and more. Request this free booklet by clicking the link below.

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Guests:

Dianne Craft
A former homeschool mom with a master’s degree in elementary and special Education, Dianne has 25 years’ experience teaching bright, hardworking children who have to work too hard to learn. She teaches parents across the country how to help their children learn faster and easier, using therapies and strategies that are very effective while being very inexpensive. Dianne is a Certified Natural Health Professional specializing in natural treatments for children with attention, learning, and behavioral issues. She is also president of the educational consulting firm Child Diagnostics, Inc., in Littleton, Colorado.

Program Offer

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