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Thou wilt show me the path of life: in thy presence is fulness of  joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures for ever more.  Psalms 16:11

Activating The Passive Learner  

By Sharon Hensley, MA

“Although each child’s learning problem is unique, almost all children with learning difficulties share the characteristic     of a passive learning style...”    Click to continue

 

Challenging Puzzles

By Ron & Vicky Broadfield

“The challenging puzzles I enjoy now are our children.  Sometimes life will be sailing by smoothly, and then (ugh!)                 something happens out of the blue!...”  Click to continue

 

Clarifying the Vision

By Ron & Vicky Broadfield

“I don’t know about you, but there are times I have gotten side tracked.  There are things that cause my eyes to stray from my vision, or else cloud my vision...”  Click to continue

 

Different Perspectives

By Ron & Vicky Broadfield

“Has there ever been a time when you and someone in your family had a very different perspective about the same situation?...”  Click to continue

 

Dyslexia: How Do I Teach This Child?

By Dianne Craft

" What is dyslexia?   Educators have not been able to agree.  Some authorities believe that it is strictly a language processing problem ...Others believe that it is a visual/perceptual problem... my twenty-five years of experience working with these bright, but struggling learners, tells me that, basically, this is a midline problem..."   Click to continue

 

It Wasn’t Funny at the Time

By Ron and Vicky Broadfield

"Whether you have a special needs child or not, I’m sure every parent has a story to tell of a time when they felt control of a situation slipping from their fingers.  During the holidays one year, we had such an incident. Click to continue

Pray for Families of Special Needs Children

By Ron & Vicky Broadfield

"This would be a good article to share with your church, co-op, etc and those who do not have struggling learners or special needs children"   Click to continue

 

Right Brain Learning

By Dianne Craft

 "God has a wonderful sense of humor, I believe. He wants us to grow and stretch, and one of the ways He does this is to give us children who are very different from each other. Just as it is very likely that a right brain person will have a left brain spouse, so it is likely that if our first born is left brain dominant, the next child will be right brain dominant. This brain dominance affects both personality characteristics and learning styles."  Click to continue

 

Special Needs Support Groups

By Adrianne Elbe and Jane Gambill

"Are you the parent of a special needs child? Do you look with longing at the homeschool support groups your friends are involved in, yet feel overwhelmed at the prospects of going with your extra special child?"   Click to continue

 

The Learning Curve

By Melinda L. Boring, MA-CCC/SLP

Heads Up!

www.headsupnow.com 

If you have a child with learning challenges, you've probably wondered at times if he or she will ever master certain tasks. If learning is represented as a curved line, and the line curves more sharply with rapid learning... Click to continue

 

There Are No Simple Projects!

By Ron & Vicky Broadfield

“Parenting a child who is a struggling learner or has special needs is not a simple project...  We can only accomplish this awesome job by seeking God,,,”   Click to continue