The Dyslexia Resource is comprised of experts in the field of dyslexia. They understand this learning difference from start to finish and offer excellent resources for parents.
This is a very informative website for parents of children with a variety of learning difference. It's also great for parents who suspect that their might child have a learning difference, such as ADHD.
Great for parents who are not confident about teaching a specific subject, Khan Academy covers a variety of subjects and is organized by topic. The site includes math (K-12), science, technology, economics, art, history, and test prep.
EP's goal is to empower families to homeschool who thought they couldn’t because of a lack of finances, a lack of time, or a lack of know-how. EP seeks to free families from the burden of pursuing the “perfect” and encourages them to let it be “enough.”
On this website, you'll find lots of ideas to immerse kids in language and stories, build background knowledge, and inspire creative play.
It is very hard to find the right words to explain what Nick Ray has done for our child. His relational giftings and experience in working with students with learning differences established the rapport and encouragement needed for our child to put in the hard work alongside him.
From the Parent of a 6th Grade Mindworks student
My child hated writing and frequently cried when faced with writing assignments. Now, his cursive handwriting is beautiful and he can express himself without frustration. Nick has given my son confidence and brought hope for his academic future.
From the Parent of a 4th Grade Mindworks student.
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