Learn Differently with Kathy Kuhl

Kathy Kuhl coaches parents teaching children and teens with learning disablities, dyslexia, ADHD, dysgraphia, autism, giftedness, or other challenges

Learn to homeschool better

Homeschooling students who learn differently isn’t easy. But it’s easier and more rewarding when you learn tips and techniques that have helped many parents.

Kathy’s first online course is Homeschooling with ADHD: Set for Success. It covers using movement to maximize focus, planning, tweaking the learning environment, and improving attitudes. It will help regardless of your child’s diagnosis (or lack thereof) if you have distractible, inattentive,  impulsive, or wiggly kids or teens.

Homeschooling a child with learning challenges?

You need Kathy’s books

Newcomer or veteran, you’ll find great ideas and encouragement. Whether your children face learning challenges or just struggle with conventional methods, Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, Staying Sane as You Homeschool, and Encouraging Your Child are packed with resources to help you help them in your homeschool or afterschool. You’ll refer to them again and again.

Let Kathy equip you to teach your child

Kathy Kuhl coaches anyone who wants to homeschool a child or teen with learning challenges. She also blogs to connect parents with resources. She gives private consultations, speaks, and writes. Click “Got questions?” (blue bubble, lower right) to make an appointment.

After interviewing 64 families homeschooling children with learning disabilities, she wrote Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, a handbook for parents. A veteran homeschooler and teacher, Kathy also wrote Staying Sane as You Homeschool and Encouraging Your Child. She has two adult children and five grandchildren. She lives with her husband in Northern Virginia.

Coaching to help you homeschool better

Wondering how to adapt homeschool for children who learn differently? If your children have dyslexia or other learning disabilities, ADHD, autism, or other challenges, Kathy can give you practical advice to keep you going and work smarter, whether you’re considering homeschooling or have taught your own kids or teens for years. Through June 2024, only short consultations offered.

Kathy Kuhl, homeschool consultant