Kathy Kuhl’s Upcoming Talks
Kathy is giving a limited number to talks for private and public events. Contact her for details and a quote.
Kathy speaks to groups large and small. With Zoom, FaceTime, Microsoft Teams, and other platforms, you don’t have to fly her in to speak to your group. Curious? Use the “Got questions?” blue bubble, lower right, to explain what you’d like and ask for details.
June 9-11, 2022, Kathy will be speaking at the Home Educators Association of Virginia’s convention in Richmond, Virginia. Details to come.
It’s not too late to watch the Homeschooling Special Needs Online Conference. Join Kathy, Temple Grandin, Hal and Melanie Young, Faith Berens, Rochelle Matthews-Somerville, Peggy Ployhar, Judi Munday, Heather Laurie, and many more special needs experts.
Lifetime access for only $22 includes a virtual swag bag of helpful goodies. Kathy gave two workshops on helping teens and on helping distractible students. Learn more and sign up here.
Want Kathy to speak at your online event or meeting?
Whether you’re running an homeschool conference, a group for parents of kids with special needs, for homeschoolers, or any parent audience, Kathy can help. She effectively encourages and equips a wide range of audiences, speaking at everything from international conferences (including CHADD, LDA, and ASA) to small parent support groups to Christian women’s retreats. Click here for a list of workshops Kathy gives. Kathy also writes new talks on request.
For 2022, Kathy is accepting a limited number of invitations.
Planning a women’s retreat? Contact Kathy to discuss topics and the needs of your particular group, or to request references. Her most recent retreat topic was hope. She’s experienced in in-person and on-line events.
Not a Movie Star, but in a Movie!
Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution! Kathy writes, “I’m excited to be part of this impressive film about homeschooling. It will encourage more families to homeschool and share the benefits of customizing education for our kids.” Learn more here. Help get the word out.