Homeschooling 101: Special Needs

Nov 9 2016 7:00 pm
Nov 9 2016 9:00 pm
Homeschooling? Our Homeschool Resource Center has plenty of resources to help! We have over 2000 items available for check out so you can try before you buy. We also have workshops designed for a wide variety of needs. Please join us at one of our upcoming events!  


November 9 - Special Needs

 7-9 PM in the library meeting room

 Approximately 25% of homeschooling families have at least one student with special needs. These special needs can be physical, emotional or educational. Dealing with these unique needs means creating a unique supportive learning environment. We are here to help! A panel of local experts in various fields will help you better understand how best to meet your child's unique needs, get services for your child and succeed beyond your wildest dreams.  On our panel you will be able to meet:

Jean Kulczyk is state certified to teach behavior disordered, emotionally disturbed, and learning disabled children. Jean also has an IRA Reading Specialist certificate and a KU certificate as a specialist in behavior modification.  She attends biennial evaluations and IEP meetings with parents, does observations of school settings, and has written analyses of goals and objectives for Due Process Hearings.

Jamie Fox of Pediatric Interactions was drawn to the field of Speech-Language Pathology and she has experience working in private and public schools, hospitals and multi-disciplinary clinics.  Jamie enjoys learning and exploring the areas of apraxia, autism spectrum disorders, feeding impairments, cognitive-communication skills and social skills.

Dr. Douglas Neal of Neal Psychological Specialty loves helping his clients (children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families) attain the healing and wholeness they desire. With strong roots in the local professional community, he refers out to a wide variety of specialists (psychiatrists, learning disabilities specialists, educational support services, ADHD coaches, etc.) so that clients receive specialized yet integrated care.

Tracy Lyndon from Therapeutic Links has specialized in working with children on the autism spectrum and those with dysfunction of sensory processing, AD(h)D, developmental delays, coordination disorders and related disorders for the past 13 years in a variety of settings. Tracy is passionate about working with her students and their families as she strives to involve schools and private team members to collaborate about the whole child.

 Registration is not required.