Unschooling Mom2Mom

Unschooling Disabled Kids

September 20, 2021 Sue Patterson Season 1 Episode 37
Unschooling Mom2Mom
Unschooling Disabled Kids
Show Notes

Lots of people ask if children with special needs can do ok with unschooling? 
Parents have a lot of fears about handling the situation on their own, after years of relying on experts and fighting for your child to get the care they need. 

It’s HARD to walk away and say, “Nevermind. This still isn’t good enough. I”m going to do it on my own.”  I get it - the backlash from that is daunting. And you’re tired. 

But school settings are not the best place for kids - and that may even be MORE SO for kids with special needs.   We'll unpack this in today's episode and I have some resources for you!

___UNSCHOOLING RESOURCES____
(mentioned in the podcast)

Parent + Caregiver Summit (FREE)
Sept 20-22, 2021
I'm a speaker there (my talk is Don't Duplicate School) but others are speaking about a variety of aspects unrelated to education. I have a link for you to use since they're trying to help unschooling families know about it too:
https://parentcaregiversummit.com/?ref=surviving-waiting-room&affiliate=suepatterson

Unschooling Mom2Mom Special Needs Webpage
More resources, and the transcript for this podcast

Unschooling Every Family: Embracing Neurodivergent and Disabled Learners
Facebook group for parents