Homeschooling a Child with Asperger’s (Part 3)
The incidence of children with Asperger's Syndrome is increasing, but many parents are finding comfort and success for these challenged youths. In the February 2009 HSLDA Struggling Learner Newsletter titled, "Homeschooling a Child with Asperger's Syndrome", we focused on the biological interventions that parents of Asperger's children have found helpful. Then, in the July issue, we turned our attention toward beneficial educational and social interventions. Today, we will address the topic of frequently recommended and necessary therapies.
Should your homeschool program include working with therapists? Many parents surveyed feel comfortable enough to work on most of their child's issues at home. Others feel that much is gained by having their child work with therapists once or twice a week.
- "Choosing Home" by Martha Kennedy Hartnett
- OASIS (Online Asperger Syndrome Information & Support ) (very thorough website)
This resource is provided by the Home School Legal Defense Association's Struggling Learner's newsletter as a service to the homeschooling community.
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