Homeschool Your Struggling Learner: the handbook you need!
Whether you already homeschool, are considering it, or just want to help your child after school, 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.
Your book, Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, has been instrumental in our homeschool journey. A few years ago, I felt like a complete failure and that I had ruined my child. I was desperately browsing the internet and came across your book. It was the exact encouragement that I needed and continues to encourage me when things get tough.
~Robin D. in Ohio.
Her scope of knowledge, sensitivity to the questions and needs of parents…, and list of resources are invaluable to any parent who homeschools their child.
~Larry B. Silver, M.D.
Anyone who lives or works with a struggling learner will find many a valuable nugget to aid in their work with these children.
~Barbara D. Ingersoll, Ph.D.
Kathy’s experience, wisdom, and knowledgeable advice will be of immeasurable assistance and comfort for you.
~Richard D. Lavoie, M.Ed., M.A.
Kathy Kuhl’s Encouraging Your Child is the perfect handbook for parents of different learners. Her no-nonsense, practical approach arms parents with tactics and strategies to use in a myriad of situations, to become more effective encouragers and to encourage children to be self-encouragers. This is a must-read for any parents desiring to better support their children through the challenges and disappointments of life.
~Jackie Mills-Fernald, Access Director, McLean Bible Church, Vienna, Virginia.
Kathy Kuhl knows the dangers of discouragement and how easily it can set in. Because of her work with children and teens who don’t learn basic disciplines like writing and math easily, Kathy is perfectly equipped to show us and teach us how to interact with students in ways that lift the clouds of doubt and despair. Her insights about how to encourage all students are relevant and her ideas are realistic. She concisely includes important topics that will empower you to successfully encourage even those who no longer believe in themselves. Don’t give up! Read and apply these principles and you’ll be more encouraged, too.
~Kathy Koch, Ph.D., President, Celebrate Kids, Inc.
Homeschooling builds families, develops character, and nurtures children, but it’s not always easy. How do you keep going? Kathy Kuhl shares vital principles to help you thrive. A veteran homeschooler with a child with learning challenges, she knows the rewards and the frustrations, as well as the temptations and attitudes to avoid. Whether you are a new or experienced homeschooler, you will find practical help, humor, and insight to help you and your family in Staying Sane as You Homeschool.
In June 2016, we are giving the book a new cover to better match Encouraging Your Child, and to convey two great ways to stay sane: time alone, and time outdoors relaxing with family.
When you are in need of encouragement and all your friends are busy, a book can give you just what you need to keep going. Kathy Kuhl has written such a book.
~ Dawn Baumeister, CHAP Magazine.
Katherine Kuhl is a very gifted person and author. Her words totally resonated with me. Her ideas are practical, doable, and wise. She understands the delicate balance between trying to raise children, educate them, work outside the home, and also care for aging parents. She reminds us that we need to care for ourselves, too, which is mostly lost in the shuffle!
I read Staying Sane as you Homeschool in one sitting, and keep it handy nearby for reference.
~A homeschooling parent in Virginia.
As homeschool moms, we find doubt and frustration are our constant companions. The trouble is that you think you are the only one who struggles. Mrs. Kuhl reminds us that we are not alone as we question our sanity, wonder where our energy went and deal with our daily ups-and-downs.
~ Christine Field, author, speaker, attorney, www.MomLifeNavigator.com