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Gifted / Special Needs Homeschool Resources

This is a compilation of links to free (or partially free) websites and blogs offering support and resources to help parents homeschool gifted children and children with special needs. We have separate categories for homeschooling early learners and high schoolers (see the menu on the right).  And don't forget to check out  our curriculum resources and free homeschool materials for lots of additional resources.

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Aut 2B Home in Carolina
A blog by Tammy Glaser who shares stories about homeschooling her twenty-two-year-old daughter with autism and aphasia.
Autistic Homeschooling
Homeschooling is a great choice for education. Homeschooling for Aspergers and Autistic children is a must in many situations. This website offers insight on Autism, Aspergers, Unschooling and Homeschooling.
Aven's Corner - Preschool Online Games
All of the free kids games at Aven’s Corner are developed with young children with autism in mind, but they appeal to all children because of their simplicity. They have also included fun online kids activities for parents and teachers to do with their children.
EzineArticles Expert Author: Crystal Pratt
Inspirational articles written by Crystal Pratt, a freelance writer and copy editor. She writes education-related articles for online companies such as LessonPathways.com, Calvert School, and VerticyLearning.org.
Family Friendly Fun
This website has lots of family-related information, activities and resources for homeschooling your child with special needs and disabilities. Join their free online forum to share stories, questions, and concerns, too.
Gifted Homeschoolers Forum
The Gifted Homeschoolers Forum (GHF) supports gifted homeschoolers in the United States and around the world through education, advocacy, community and support.
The goal of GIFTSNC is to support, empower, guide and educate families home schooling children with special needs through conferences, workshops and family to family support.
Homeschooling Special Needs Kidz
This is a Yahoo support group for those who are homeschooling a "special needs" child, ages preschool to 19. Whether your child has ADHD, a earning disability (LD), dyslexia, emotional or neurological disorder, bipolar, Tourette syndrome, deafness, autism, anxiety disorder, oppositional defiance disorder, blindness, any type of emotional or physical handicap, then this group is for you.
Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner
Visit HSLDA's website for checklists, encouragement, resources, and legal information. You can also find a downloadable brochure.
Learning Abled Kids
Learning Abled Kids is a resource and support site designed to provide families with information, curriculum resources, and tools to help you teach your bright child with learning difficulties at home.
NATHHAN National Challenged Homeschoolers Associated Network
Encouraging homeschooling families with special needs children in ways that glorify the Lord Jesus Christ and equipping parents to confidently homeschool their children with special needs or disabilities.
Navigating College A Handbook on Self Advocacy Written for Autistic Students from Autistic Adults
Navigating College is an introduction to the college experience from Autistic adults. You'll be given advice that they wish someone could have given them when they headed off to college. You can download the book for free here.
Parentpals.com Special Education Resources
Parentpals.com provides special education information, support, tips, games and book and product resources for parents and professionals. Therapists, audiologists, teachers, nurses and physicians contribute information on the following subjects: ADHD, autism, deaf and hard of hearing, emotionally disturbed, homeschooling, gifted, learning disabilities, mental retardation, orthopedically impaired, otherwise health impaired, severe and/or multiple disabilities, speech and language impairment, stuttering, traumatic brain injury and, visually impaired.
Special Education Resources for Kids
Special Education Resources for Kids offers low cost downloadable games, flash cards, and ebooks, and provides links to other great games and books they have used themselves or had recommended by parents and rofessionals. You'll also find free worksheets and activity ideas and tips.
Special Needs Homeschool
This is your homeschool resource for special needs. If your child has special needs and you are thinking of homeschooling or already do so, you will find support here.
Uniquely Gifted
Online resources for families with gifted/special needs children (including learning disabilities, ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, etc.)

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