Two offers for HECOA Special Needs Online Homeschool Conference Listeners

First, to receve a free goal-setting guide and Kathy’s newsletter:

Thank you!  NOTE: entering the other form (below on mobile or at left on a computer) will sign you up for blog updates, but not the goal setting guide.

Second, congratulations to our  book winners!

Kathy gave away a copy of each of these books. Winners were notified by email. B74rbqLIgAADpZo

  • imageStaying Sane as You Homeschool–the short and practical guide to help you keep going. Learn more at Amazon here.
  • Encouraging Your Child–how to encourage your child more effectively, use rewards and treats wisely, and help your children the habits they need to encourage themselves when you’re not around. Learn more and look inside this book here.

To enter,were leave a comment below.

This contest ended December 11, 2016. Winners were notified Monday, December 12. 

 Homeschool Your Struggling LearnerWhy you need this essential handbook handy on your shelf.

Homeschooling Your Struggling LearnerWhether you already homeschool or are considering it, Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner helps you teach your child at home.
Kathy Kuhl homeschooled her struggling learner for 4th-12th grades. After he graduated, she interviewed 64 homeschoolers with children with different learning problems, including autism, learning disabilities, AD/HD, and other conditions. She distills their wisdom while conveying her own experience and insights.

Read “Is School Working for Your Child?,” chapter 1 of Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner.

Click here to look inside, read reviews, or order Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner on Amazon.


 Also available on Kindle!

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  1. Thank you for your presentation today! It was wonderful and encouraging.

  2. Thank you, Wendy I am glad that you liked it.

  3. really appreciated your presentation today. Thank you. Looking forward to using your advice!

  4. Jesse, thank you. I appreciate your kindness. Glad it was helpful.

  5. I started reading “Encouraging Your Child,” and it is so helpful!

  6. How kind of you to let me know, Jill. Thank you!

  7. The download for Chapter 1 isn’t working.

  8. Thanks! I fixed it. The correct link is also here:

  9. Thank you for such a thoughtful presentation. I often get bogged down in the details of therapy and daily challenges, and lose sight of the joy and long-range goals of truly educating my children. I appreciate your perspective and generosity of spirit as you share your wisdom in humble and helpful ways.

  10. Thank you for writing, Mia. I’m so glad the talk encouraged you.

  11. Mia, you’ve won a book. Congratulations. Please reply to my email with your mailing address. Please do not post it here. Thank you.

  12. Debbie Christensen
    December 8, 2016 at 1:56 pm

    Keeping my sanity while encouraging a resistant child? Sounds like a dream. Obviously, I could use the help. 🙂

    I thoroughly enjoyed your presentation and counsel. Much needed.

  13. Thank you, Debbie

  14. Enjoyed the presentation.

  15. Thank you, Frances.

  16. I am a special needs advocate for education and have been seeing a growing trend in families homeschooling. I am trying it out in my family as well. Thank you for all you do!

  17. Thank you, Summer.

  18. Summer, you’ve won a book. Congratulations. Please reply to my email with your mailing address. Please do not post it here. Thank you.