Homeschooling and Unschooling email lists, support groups, message boards, forums and newsletters for those practicing home education with special needs children, whether they are twice gifted, have physical or learning disabilities, special education needs, or a chronic illness. Also, homeschooling parents (moms, dads, grandparents) that have special needs are included. Special needs lists include ADD, ADHD, anxiety disorders, Apraxia / dyspraxia, ARND, Aspergers Syndrome, audio and visual processing disorders, autism, autistic spectrum, bipolar, blindness, cancer, CAPD, cystic fibrosis, deafness or hard-of-hearing, depression, developmental delays, diabetes, down sydrome, dyslexia, EPP, FAE, fetal alcohol syndrome, FAS, fibromyalgia, gifted, heart defects, HFA, HIV, hyperactivity, language Impaired, learning disabilities, lupus, multiple sclerosis, MS, OCD, Oppositional defiance disorder, ODD, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, PPD, physical handicaps, sensory integration disorders, SI, speech delays, spina bifida, Tourette's Syndrome and TS. Locate fellow homeschoolers. Make new friends. Share resource ideas and curriculum / textbook information.

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    add (add & special kids support group) - is a wonderful place for families and people with ADD and other learning disabilities. It is a place of resources for families and understanding.

    For more information, visit

    To subscribe, visit

    ADHDandgifted - For those who have chosen to homeschool their ADD/ADHD, gifted child. Share the joys, challenges and frustrations of homeschooling/unschooling your child with other families. A place to share resources, tips on what you find works for you and what doesn't. I would like to promote the positive side of ADD/ADHD and what great kids these are!

    For more information, send email to

    To Subscribe, visit

    ADHD_Homeschool (ADHD Parents Homeschooling ADHD Kids) - I was looking for a group like this & couldn't find one. So, I started this one in March 2001. I'm an ADD Mom homeschooling an ADHD son, or trying to! If you are in the same boat & would like support, ideas or just to chat, feel free to join. I'm not always active, but there are others here besides me. There are some folks here with great wisdom.

    I am a Christian, however all are welcome, as long as you won't mind if prayer support is offered to those who want it. Anything pertaining to this subject (ADHD, homeschooling, etc.) may be discussed. Anything goes, except no profanity or rudeness please.

    For more information, visit

    To Subscribe, visit

    AIAS (Apples In A Seed) - Apples in a Seed was started 5 years ago as a support group for ADHD/Gifted homeschoolers. Over the years it has become a group where all homeschoolers can feel welcome to share ideas, philosophies, and opinions. During that time AIAS has also become a loop where you can buy and sell homeschooling material.

    We minister to one another through prayer/praise and encouragement. This group is a safe haven for buying/selling and letting your hair down. If you want or need someone to stand by your side, in the trenches, hand in hand, never letting you travel alone- This is the place for you! Abundant Joy!

    To Subscribe, visit

    ASLearningAtHome - If you are a family dealing with autistic spectrum disorders and you are homeschooling or considering the option, then this is the list for you! This is a great group of families from around the world and we all have different educational, child rearing and religious philosophies. If you can respect others differences then you are welcome to join. This is a high volume list.

    This list is moderated, which means that your membership will have to be approved by a moderator. When you sign up and the description box for 200 words comes up, just put "Interested in homeschooling my AS child(ren)" or "I'm homeschooling my AS child(ren)". Then please send an intro to the list owner with the information below. If you don't send an intro within 2 weeks of subscribing, you will automatically be denied membership.

    So, when you subscribe please send an introduction to the list owner and then we will approve you or write and ask you for more information. We have implemented these standards for security and privacy.

    • First Name:
    • First Name and age of autistic spectrum child:
    • First Name and ages of other children:
    • State/Country where you reside:
    • Hobbies of yourself and children:
    • # of years you've been homeschooling and types of curriculum used:
    • Questions:

    Join the family, we'd love to have you!! I'm Erika, the list-mom. I'm Erika, the list-mom. I'm mom to 3 boys: ages 12yrs, 11yrs and 7yrs that all fit in the spectrum and we've been homeschooling full-time since 1997.

    To Subscribe, visit

    asyoulikeit (AS You Like It) - AS You Like It is a secular list for parents who homeschool, or who are thinking about homeschooling, children with Aspergers Syndrome, HFA, or PDD. Friends and relatives of these children are encouraged to join AS You Like It. People of all religious faiths and personal philosophies are welcome. We are an open-minded, forward-thinking, mutually respectful group of individuals, with diverse belief systems, who share the challenges and successes of parenting and homeschooling children on the autism spectrum. We share available educational and medical information, and reference materials. Our guidelines are simple--no religious references or signatures, and no soliciting in any form. Welcome all!

    To Subscribe, visit

    Aut-2b-home - A private, moderated list for parents homeschooling kids with disorders on the autism spectrum.

    For more information, visit

    The list is private and cannot be accessed by non-members. To subscribe, send a biography to the listowner at

    In the biography, include:

    • Name and Spouse Name
    • email address
    • Children's names, birthdates, disabilities
    • Town, State, Country
    • Homeschooling methods, curriculums, expertise, general wisdom, questions.

    aut-home-fam - We are a group of diverse families who have chosen to homeschool their child(ren) with autism. We recognize and honor that each family unit has its own unique logistics, beliefs, perspectives and experiences that shape their lives and decisions. We believe in the adage that "parents know their children best" and "there are as many ways to homeschool as there are families homeschooling". It is a given that parents who choose this list look to respect the individuality of their child(ren) with autism and his/her needs and interests as their prime motivator. We do not hold one homeschooling or autism ideology as better than another, but honor whatever works for the child and his/her family.

    We gather together to share what works for us and our children, to share our experiences, to share community and state resources, to share questions and concerns, and to network and support each other for both homeschooling and autism.

    All individuals, including professionals and other interested parties, are welcome to join the list who support homeschooling and autism and can add dimension to the discussion. However, precedence always goes to the parent when issues arise. Advertising of services or products is prohibited.

    We look forward to the diversity of the group, the uniqueness of each family, and the individuality of the child to shine through as we share how we live, love and learn with our child(ren) with autism through homeschooling.

    To Subscribe, visit

    AutismUnschool - A meeting place for parents of children with Autism who are Unschooling.

    To Subscribe, visit

    BBB Autism Online Support Network - HELP FOR PARENTS WITH CHILDREN WHO HAVE AN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER (ASD) OR A PERVASIVE DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER (PDD). We cover all issues of autistic spectrum disorder from education to spousal issues, summer crises to sensory integration, home programming to inverventions, research to coexisting disorders.

    For more information about their MSN support network and their newsletter, visit

    blindhomeschooler - This is for families who are homeschooling/parenting a blind child. Teachers of the Visually Impaired who would like to share tips and suggestions are also welcome.

    To Subscribe, visit

    CMspecialkids (Charlotte Mason for Special Kids) - For those using Charlotte Mason homeschooling methods for special needs children. A wide range of special children are represented on our list, from learning differences to developmental delays, audio and visual processing disorders to deafness and blindness. This list is for the sharing of information related to adapting CM for special needs and for sharing the unique challenges and joys of everyday life with our kids, for support, encouragement and prayer.

    To Subscribe, visit

    DeafChristianHomeschool (Deaf/HOH Christian Homeschool) - A group of Christian Homeschool of deaf or hard of hearing parents share their teaching tips, ideas, views based on biblical principles.

    To Subscribe, visit

    deafhomeschool (Homeschooling Deaf and HoH children) - This is a support group and information clearinghouse for parents who are homeschooling deaf or hard-of-hearing children. Membership is restricted. (A short intro explaining your reasons for joining the list is required for subscription approval.)

    Discussion of general homeschool issues will be permitted, but the focus of the list is on the particular challenges of homeschooling deaf and hard-of-hearing children, including IEP's, legal issues, and obtaining special ed services, as well as exploration of alternative educational approaches, presentation, and learning styles. All homeschool approaches are supported (from "school-at-home" to unschooling.)

    Religious discussion will be terminated. It is fine to say that you are homeschooling for religious reasons, but further discussion is inappropriate.

    Criticism of, or argument about, communication choices or cochlear implants will not be tolerated. This includes dogmatic statements in favor of a particular communication choice which might be offensive to those who've chosen another path for their child.

    For more information, visit

    To Subscribe, visit

    DevDelay6andunder - This is THE list devoted to parents of special needs and developementally delayed children including but not limited to Autism spectrum disorders, Speech delays, Apraxia/dyspraxia, ect. I hope to attract a mixed group of parents including those who homeschool and those whose children are in Public and private schools.

    We can discuss teaching methods, School problems, IEP's, homeschooling methods, medical concerns, medical procedures and diagnoses, funny stories, sharing with each other our fears and triumphs! Come join the list to make new friends and learn together.

    To Subscribe, visit

    familieshandinhand (Families Hand in Hand) - Families Hand in Hand is a discussion and support group for those who are home educating children with special needs. Our purpose is discussion of the issues pertaining to home educating children with a variety of special needs.

    Cyber-schooling parents of children with special needs are welcome, since we have much in common, HOWEVER, it is to be understood that the purpose of this group is primarily for home educators.

    This is a members only list.

    No school-district administration, teachers, faculty or their representatives are permitted to join, due to the sensitive nature of discussion here. Therefore, membership requires application.

    While Families Hand in Hand is not an exclusively Christian list, it will be run and maintained from a Biblical perspective, welcoming to faith and trust in Jesus Christ and a Biblical view. We look forward to aiding one-another in training up our children.

    To subscribe, visit

    FAS Home Educators - This list for the sharing of support, encouragement, and information for parents who homeschool children diagnosed with FAS, FAE, or ARND. List members will be sharing resources, methods, materials, information, support, and encouragement.

    Discussions of controversial topics such as religion and politics will be limited to those which have direct effect on a family's homeschooling experience and must be written in a manner that is respectful of the rights of others to their individual beliefs. Any slamming or unnecessary harshness will result in expulsion from the list.

    To subscribe, visit

    GifTEds - We are a UK-based mailing list for the families of twice exceptional children; these are gifted children who also have learning differences or special needs such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, AS, ADHD, TS, OCD, CAPD, and so on. We also welcome those who just don't fit into the old stereotypical model of the gifted child for whatever reason, and hope that all will feel supported as they work to help their children.

    We welcome members worldwide, whether their children are at school or educated at home. There are special challenges in ensuring an appropriate education for our children. The idea that a child can be gifted and yet have a special need is a concept still in its infancy in the UK! The challenge can feel insurmountable to both child and parent.

    We aim to be a safe, caring environment where all feel free to share their experiences and gain mutual support. Lacking face to face contact, we have to be extremely courteous, respectful and tolerant of all. Flaming will not be tolerated. Those who do not respect this will be banned from the list.

    For reasons of privacy messages will not be archived. Nor do we ask for proof of giftedness, etc. This means the list will be 'open', so to maintain your children's privacy you may want to use their initials, or pseudonyms, and avoid mentioning identifying information such as schools or teachers. This list is not intended to be used for research. If a researcher does wish to access the list members, that request MUST be via the listowner, who will forward the request to the list if it is felt appropriate.

    Please post an introduction of yourself to the list. We look forward to 'meeting' you!

    For information about twice exceptional children, see

    To Subscribe, visit

    GT-Spec-Home - an email list for families homeschooling gifted/special needs children.

    All gifted children are special because of their intellectual abilities. Some, however, have disabilities that make them 'twice-special.' Many of us have found that the best way of meeting the educational needs of our twice-exceptional children is through homeschooling. This discussion group is devoted to families who are homeschooling or considering homeschooling these children.

    What does GT-Spec-Home address? Generally, we are talking about any gifted child who has a learning disability (LD) and/or other neurological problem(s) and who may be homeschooled. These other neurological problems may include but are not limited to ADD, hyperactivity, autism, Asperger's Syndrome, Tourette's Syndrome, PDD, ODD, OCD, anxiety disorders, sensory integration disorders (SI), and depression.

    What these problems all have in common is that they:

    • Are caused by problems in the brain and nervous system
    • Are in some cases treatable, but are essentially incurable at this time
    • Are widely misunderstood by schools and by the public

    GT-Spec-Home is a safe place where we can discuss our twice-special children, and the special challenges we face in helping them (and others) understand and deal with their differences, while also encouraging them to develop and enjoy their exceptional intellectual abilities. It is a place to share homeschooling resources, ask for suggestions of how to meet our children's unique needs, and get support for ourselves as we navigate the adventure of homeschooling our special children.

    For more information, visit

    To subscribe, send an email to with the command subscribe gt-spec-home in the body.

    HeartOfHomeschoolMoms (Depression Support For Homeschool Moms) - This list is a safe, supportive place for Homeschooling Moms that suffer from depression. We aren't professionals, we're regular Moms who are here to help each other through the rough spots.

    We all come from different walks of life, but we have in common the desire to give our children a good education in spite of our depressed days. This list is not for everyone, but, if nothing else, you'll come away from our group with the knowledge that depressed Moms can successfully teach their children at home!

    This is a secular list, where all religious beliefs are respected and supported equally. If you are looking for a list like this with a Christian focus, may we suggest momsdedicatedtogod? Their web page is at

    The main focus of our group is depression and homeschooling, but with such a diverse group of ladies, we can't help but have fun here too! Please join us as we discuss our unique challenges and concerns.

    POTENTIAL MEMBERS: We do not allow lurking on this list. Please join our group only if you intend to be an active member, which we define as posting at least once each month.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to email me:

    To Subscribe, visit

    hkwd (Homeschooling Kids With Disabilities) - The Homeschooling Kids With Disabilities email list is a specialized list focused on homeschooling children with special educational needs. The list is unmoderated but strongly encouraged to remain on-topic. Parents/grandparents/guardians who are homeschooling children with special educational needs, as well as several professionals in the disabilities field, actively participate on the list by sharing information, offering encouragement and support. If you're looking for more than just another generalized homeschooling list, are interested in or are actually homeschooling a child with special needs, please sign on and join us. Members are expected to be respectful of others. Although you may have had a bad experience with your local school system with regards to a child with special needs and are welcome to share your personal experiences related to that, this is not the place to debate or bash the education profession as a whole.

    To Subscribe, visit

    HomeschoolingAspies - This is a list for Christian moms who homeschool (or are seriously considering homeschooling) their children who have been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome (or suspect their child has Asperger's Syndrome). All are welcome to join, but there will be a Christian focus to many of the posts. We are here to encourage, support, and pray for one another as we do our best to teach our Aspies at home. Differences in doctrine can be discussed off the list. Upon applying for membership, you will recieve an email from the list owner requesting an introduction. After your introduction is reviewed, you will be approved for memberhip.

    To Subscribe, visit

    homeschoolingmomswithfibro (Homeschooling Moms with Fibromyalgia) - Welcome to Homeschooling Moms with Fibromyalgia. This group was created to help support and encourage Christian homeschooling mothers and grandmothers that have fibromyalgia. This is a place where we can not only discuss fibromyalgia with others that have it, but discuss homeschooling, too. Here you will get the encouragement you need when you are having a hard day homeschooling, or are suffering through a bad flare.

    Although the main topics will be fibromyalgia and homeschooling, chatting about our everyday lives is greatly encouraged.

    Every effort will be made to keep your personal information safe. All members have to be approved. Also, at the beginning of membership all messages will be moderated in hopes of keeping spam off our board and out of our inboxes.

    Please join us and find the understanding you have been lacking and the camaraderie you have been seeking. You are not alone in your struggles with pain and all the other issues that fibromyalgia puts us through everyday.

    Please Note- We require that all members post at least one message biweekly.

    To Subscribe, visit homeschoolingmomswithfibro.

    HomeschoolingPDDandAutismchild - I am interested in talking to other parents who homeschool children with developmental delays particularly PDD and Autism in regards to how to homeschool and with what curriculum.

    To Subscribe, visit

    HomeschoolLI - The Homeschool Language-Impaired forum is open to people who have an interest in educating language-impaired or learning-disabled children. This mailing list is a place where you can contribute your ideas & practical educational techniques which you've found to be successful & fun for your children. It is also a place where you can find support & share your ideas & concerns.

    For more information, visit

    To Subscribe, visit

    Homeschool_SpecialNeedsKidz (Homeschooling Special Needs Kidz) - THERE IS HOPE! This is a support group for those who live mainly in the USA who are homeschooling a "special needs" child, ages preschool to 19.

    Whether your child has ADHD, a learning disability (LD), dyslexia, emotional or neurological disorder, bipolar,tourette syndrome,deafness,autism,anxiety disorder, oppositonal defiance disorder, blindness,any type of emotional or physical handicap,etc, then this group is for you.

    We all have our own individual needs and problems, yet we all do share a common goal -- to educate our precious children the best way we can. Many Americans are pulling their children out of public schools in droves. Violence, gang activity, unsympathetic teachers, homework overload, drugs and alcohol abuse, and lack of values and morals are just a few of the reasons families are pulling their kids out and teaching them at home. There is no doubt the public school system, for the most part, is failing our kids. Especially our "special needs kids" who are often misunderstood and pushed by the wayside. Of course, there are small groups of schools/teachers who do very well with special needs kids, but they are in the minority. Many churches and synagogues have trouble ministering to special needs kids as well. It has taken much courage for you to take the responsibility of educating your children at home, and you are to be commended. Hang in there! Homeschooling a special needs kid has it's rewards. Grab a cup of coffee and sit down here for a bit, and share your life and experiences with others who are going through the same things. Here you will find encouragement, teaching ideas, info on doctors and meds,friendship,advice,and acceptance. This is a primarily Christian and Jewish group so arguments of any kind or harrassment will not be permitted. Let's keep the focus on what is best for the kids. NO SPAMMERS!

    To Subscribe, visit

    HomeschoolSupport - This list is for those needing support, help, and advice about homeschooling, unschooling, eclectic schooling or other alternative educational programs including homeschooling special needs and gifted students. The Homeschool Support Network is a non-profit service organization helping the homeschool community since 1986.

    Visit our website,, for free information, free magazine and more.

    To Subscribe, visit

    hscwci (Homeschooling Children w/Chronic Illness) - This group is to provide support for families homeschooling children with chronic illness. This group is an outgrowth of a talk I gave at a home schooling conference on challenges and crisis. Many families are living with the stress and lack of support that comes from this difficult situation.

    My goal is provide a loving forum for those in need of support and communication from other parents who truly understand.

    I am a family therapist that works with homeschooling families.

    Michelle Barone MA MFT, Mi

    To Subscribe, visit hscwci.

    HSDyslexicKids (Homeschooling Dyslexic Kids) - A support group for homeschool parents of dyslexic children. We are not experts on dyslexia -- just other parents who are going through similar problems and have similar concerns.

    To Subscribe, visit

    hskids-specialneeds (Home Schooling Kids with Special Needs) - HomeSchooling Kids w/Special Needs is a place for parents from around the world who are homeschooling their kids w/special needs. I hope parents will find support, encouragement, and share their experiences with other parents in similar circumstances. Please share what has or hasn't worked for your family.

    This is a Christian list. I hope that you'll be comfortable on this list of helpful, caring families.

    If you hs your child has no special needs, this site isn't for you. If you child has special needs you don't hs, this group isn't for you.

    This list is intended for special needs in the areas of learning and/or physical disabilities. Everyday illnesses are not considered "special needs." Special needs would consist of more serious illnesses or disabilities such as heart defects, diabetes, down syndrome, cystic fibrosis, spina bifida, fetal alchol syndrom many more I don't have room to list. If you're not sure if your child has special needs, send me an email describing your situation.

    You will recieve a survey for this group. You must complete it send it to Until you send it in, you are not yet a full member---you are a "pending member." If you don't send it in within TWO (2) weeks, YAHOO will automatically delete your pending membership status. A REPLY TO THE SURVEY IS REQUIRED FOR ME TO CONSIDER YOUR MEMBERSHIP. A reply to the survey does NOT guarantee approval.

    No professionals or students please. All applicants must be homeschooling parents or seriously considering homeschooling.

    To Subscribe, visit

    HSMWD (HSMoms w/ disabilities) - A forum for moms who home educate, unschool, relaxed or otherwise AND have disabilities. Discussions re: adaptations to homeschooling welcome. A place to find serenity, compassion, ideas and some laughs hopefully.

    To Subscribe, visit

    HS-Plus (Homeschool/Unschool - Plus) - This list is for families who are Home-Educating special needs children. We are here to support, encourage and learn from one another as we share our experiences, our struggles and our successes. We discuss many aspects of our lives here and little is considered "off-topic".

    Some diagnoses found here are Tourette Syndrome (TS), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD - ADHD), Bipolar Disorder (BP), Autism, Aspergers (AS), Sensory Integration Dysfunction (SID), Dysinhibition Syndrome, various Learning Disorders (LDs), Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD), Dyslexia, Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD), Pervasive Development Disorder (PDD) and PDD-NOS (Not Otherwise Specified), Schizoeffective / Schizoaffective Disorder, Mosaic Down Syndrome, Anxiety, Depression, Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS), Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma (JPA), and more...

    (Note to new listers: Unfortunately, due to increased incidences of people subscribing for the sole purpose of spamming the list, new members are "moderated". This is ONLY until we know you are not a spammer).

    To Subscribe, visit

    HSSN - Homeschooling Special Needs - We are an email group of homeschooling parents with at least one special needs child. The list was started by a group of parents from the Gtube list. Our focus has been medically fragile children, but anyone in the special needs arena is welcome to join our support group.

    Our listserv discusses, curricula, homeschool planning, medical diagnoses, sibling survival strategies ... anything to do with the joys and challenges of homeschooling your special needs children. You are welcome to join us.

    To join, please email one of the moderators, Michel or Lene with a brief description of your homeschool and your special child. Or visit

    HSwithChronicIllness (Homeschooling with Chronic Illness) - Are you a homeschooling parent who also has a chronic illness?

    Let's gather together and talk through the specific issues we have to deal with related to our illnesses and homeschooling our kids. These may include such topics as managing pain and fatigue, organizing our homes, how to deal with the kids when we are beat, etc. This is a haven for parents to discuss *their* issues. Let's keep discussion of our children's issues to a bare minimum.

    This is an open minded group and is open to all homeschooling, thinking about homeschooling, or afterschooling caregivers with chronic illness regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, or teaching style. We want everyone to feel welcome and supported here.

    PLEASE NOTE: Professionals are invited to join *only* if they are the primary homeschooling caregiver and agree to post only from that realm rather than that of a professional.

    To Subscribe, visit

    LearningAbledKids (Learning Abled Kids) - When a child is intelligent enough to know he can learn, but has difficulty in one or more areas, both homeschool teacher and child can become frustrated. There is often a struggle to find an effective means of learning. Learning Abled Kids is an advice/support group for homeschooling parents (or those considering home schooling) of bright children who struggle with learning in one or more areas. Our children are average to above average in intellectual ability, but may also have a learning disability like ADD, ADHD, Apraxia, Asperger's Syndrome, Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Executive Dysfunction, or some other neurological impairment that affects specific areas of learning or communication.

    If you need specific advice, or just need to find a place where people understand your child's struggles, Learning Abled Kids is a great place to be. Please join us!

    This group is related to the Learning Abled Kids website, located at: The website contains information about a wide variety of homeschool curriculum, remediation tools, and links to resources that can help you effectively teach your child at home.

    To Subscribe, visit

    ParentsHome (ParentsHome) - ParentsHome is a Fun Loving Supportive Group for Parents Who HomeSchool and/or have kids with special needs.

    I started this group for me and my daughter Megan, who has SID, bad eye vision, a weak immune system, APD, Dyspraxia, and EPP. EPP is genetic condition that causes all kinds of problems, one being that she in not able to go into the sun as it makes her very sick. You can read about it on her web page called Megans Heart.

    I also started a fund there for her and for other special needs kids you can ask me about it privately. You can read about her EPP condition and keep up to date on Megan, and donate to MegansHeart FUND there(if you want to donate, just click on the make a donation button) Feel free to take a look!

    We live in Lexington Ky, but Everyone from around the world are welcome to Join!

    Feel free to Share Stories, Recipes, Tips, Advice, Links and Chit Chat about anything! I have tons of Resources for HomeSchool Curriculum, Laws, Health Issues, and more! even have Recipes for kids with Food Allergies

    Create Kids Activities, Feild Trips, Put Together Homeschool Classes, Share Info on Classes and Curriculum. Please share your areas activities with the group. Make your Self at Home, Have Fun and Relax!

    After you subscribe please Introduce your self with the following info. Your name, If you Homeschool or not. If your kids are gifted or have health issues or not and what they are Please tell us a little about yourself so we can get to know you and help support you and your family

    Thank you! We look forward to having you in our family! Sarah, List Owner

    We only ask that everyone keep it clean! Nothing inappropriate, please be nice and respectful. NO SPAMMING! admin note: This Yahoo Group comes up as age restricted. It is a homeschool groups (as of 09/26/08)

    To Subscribe, visit ParentsHome.

    pchs-parents (phy-challenged home educators) - For Homeschooling parents suffering through MS, Lupus, Fybromyalgia, Cancer, HIV or any other physically limiting disease or condition that intrudes upon a family's homeschooling life.

    To Subscribe, visit

    special-needs-homeschool (Home Schooling Special Needs Children) - Welcome to the HSSN, the Homeschooling Email List for Special Needs and/or Medically Fragile Children.

    Our focus is homeschooling families with at least one special needs child. We know that there are many labels out there: disability, special needs, physical or developmental challenges and more. Many of our members have medically fragile children dealing with trials in speech, motor development and learning disabilities.

    We homeschool full time or part of the time or we are considering homeschooling. Topics include: curricula, speech, feeding issues, OT, PT, survival strategies for "other" siblings, staying "sane"(whatever that is??) and a host of other issues.

    Group moderators are Michel and Lara.

    To Subscribe, visit

    spirited-homeschool - This list is for parents of Spirited Kids who are also homeschooling them. A spirited child is one who is ‘more’ as defined in Mary Sheedy Kurcinka’s book “Raising your spirited child : a guide for parents whose child is more intense, sensitive, perceptive, persistent, energetic.” On this list we will be discussing all aspects of raising spirited kids, but especially those related to homeschooling them and having them with you for a large part of each day. Please read the book before attempting to join this list as the book is a basis for this group. We are looking for active members with time for frequent participation and ask that those wishing to lurk choose a different list.

    To Subscribe, visit

    The TAG Project - Families of the Talented and Gifted.

    We have three support communities: TAGFAM, TAGMAX, and TAGPDQ. You should belong to at least one of these groups. If your children are in traditional schools, TAGFAM is the support community for you. If you homeschool your children, try TAGMAX. TAGPDQ is for families needing radical educational and social accomodations for their children.

    TAGFORUM is for announcements and debates relating to advocacy and legislative affairs.

    For more information and subscribing info, visit The TAG Project.

    The Well-Trained Mind Special Needs Board

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