Special Conference for Special Needs

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We are so excited to share an awesome opportunity available to those living in Southern California. A local church is offering a conference specifically designed for children being homeschooled who have special needs.

“Does your child struggle to learn? Need help identifying the root cause? Or do you already know? Either way, parents of children who learn differently need answers. This conference will give you resources and methods to meet the challenges you face every day…

 Holding an MA in Special Education, and with personal experience homeschooling a child with special needs, Sharon (Hensley) is an expert in her field. Sharon spoke at our inaugural Special Needs Solutions Conference in Livermore earlier this year. We could not be more thrilled that she will be joining us once again.

Also joining us to speak on Math Strategies for Struggling Learners is Dorothy McCandliss, who holds five teaching credentials including one in math and is the author of an algebra textbook. She also tutors students–many with special needs–in math, and has spent the last 10 years exploring ways to simplify math learning…

Pre-register by mail by October 14 or online by October 17, 2014. At-the-door registration will be available for slightly higher prices.”

For more information on this exciting, upcoming conference please visit THIS link to read more and register. If any of you decide to attend, please let us know. We will be present to assist at this event and would love meet you in person!

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