Homeschooling and Special Needs
These links compiled by Meredith Warshaw from her Uniquely Gifted website of online resources for families with gifted/special needs children.
Many of us have found that the best way to meet the needs of our twice-special children is to do it ourselves. Homeschooling can be a wonderful way to meet both the gifted needs and other special needs of our children.
A to Z Home's Cool Special Needs Legal Advocacy page has a large list of links to sites related to understanding your legal rights when homeschooling a special needs child.
Positively ADD - Parenting and Unschooling is a site with interesting information and lots of links.
Homeschooling LD/ADD Children: Great Idea or Big Mistake? article by Suzanne H. Stevens
Homeschooling Gifted Students: An Introductory Guide for Parents by Jacque Ensign
Federation for Children with Special Needs. From their website: "The Federation is a center for parents and parent organizations to work together on behalf of children with special needs and their families. We can help! Organized in 1975 as a coalition of parent groups representing children with a variety of disabilities, the Federation operates a Parent Center in Massachusetts which offers a variety of services to parents, parent groups, and others who are concerned with children with special needs."
Americans With Disabilities Act provides an overview of laws, and questions and answers related to disability discrimination.