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Stephanie Buckwalter

Stephanie Buckwalter loves homeschooling and loves to help other special needs parents figure out the best way to teach their children so they grow and learn. Her family of five children has done homeschool, private school and public school. Public school included going through the IEP process. In addition to homeschooling for over seventeen years, she's taught classes locally and online, and helped start a robotics club, a classical education co-op and a special needs homeschool co-op. She likes to make things happen. Her heart is to use her unique experience to help you experience success teaching your special learner.  

5 Make or Break Issues Encountered when Homeschooling a Special Needs Child

(Homeschool How To)

Discover the five biggest issues that overwhelm new and experienced homeschoolers alike, and get five formulas for homeschool success. No matter where you are in your journey, this session will give you real solutions so you can lay the foundation for a less stressful homeschooling experience—for both you and your child.

Teaching Your Special Needs Child with an Eye on the Future

(Homeschool How To)

The struggle with special needs children is that though they can learn almost anything, they have to be taught everything—usually in small steps over long periods of time. And it’s more than academics. It’s life skills, self care, social skills, job skills and on and on it goes. It’s hard to squeeze it all in during twelve years of school. This is particularly true if your child has moderate or severe delays. Learn how all these skills fit into three areas of long-term focus based on how God created each of us. See how they relate to the big picture of your child’s life and how to build their education around what will serve them best in adulthood. It’s never too early—or too late—to plan for your child’s future.

Focusing on The 3 Ns For Better Homeschool Outcomes

(Homeschool How To )

When a child struggles with learning, you can be almost certain there is an underlying problem. You may or may not have a diagnosis, or be able to afford therapy to help your child if you do. The good news is that there are three areas within your control right at home that can make a big difference in your child’s learning. I call them the 3 Ns: nurture, nutrition and neurological organization. Learn why these three areas are key and how addressing them has the potential to improve your child’s learning outcomes.