We’re in the middle of a global pandemic. That’s kind of a big deal.
But, if you’ve got a child with special needs, those needs don’t just stop even though the world seems to have shut down.
For a time, it made sense to press pause on things until we could get a handle on the virus and figure out how to flatten the curve. Now, several months later, we’ve got to figure out how to resume living in the midst of a very contagious illness that doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon.
People consider homeschooling their children for a myriad of reasons.
Something that used to be considered “off the beaten path” has become more mainstream in recent years and is a viable option for many – especially those with diverse learning needs.
With the question of whether schools will reopen in the fall (and if so, what will that look like?), many parents are considering homeschooling their children for the very first time. Read more
“Mommy! Mommy! Mommy! Read me a story!”
Do those words sound familiar? If you’ve got little ones at home, they probably do.
Kids enjoy being read to – and for good reason! Reading to kids creates special memories and offers them a chance to explore new worlds all while cozied up on the couch with the grown-ups they love.
The coronavirus crisis has turned lives and livelihoods upside down.
All of a sudden parents have found themselves at home, often with zero support, trying to balance both work and educating their children.