Supporting Special Needs Families in a Homeschool Co-op
Workshop with Amy Bodkin, EdS
Are you a homeschool co-op leader or teacher?
Do you need help supporting the special needs families in your co-op?
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to adapt for various learning differences as well as how to best support neurodiverse and special needs families of all kinds.
Dates: You’ll have access to this Pre-Recorded Workshop for 30 days
Location: Online Course
Timeline: Go at your own pace
Estimated Time to Complete: 2.5 hours
Workshop Topics Include:
- What is a special needs family?
- What are our goals/principles?
- Being explicit with expectations
- De-escalating situations
- Problem-solving situations
- Adapting for learning differences
- Addressing specific situations
Hi! I’m Amy Bodkin, an Autistic adult and a School Psychologist turned Special Needs Consultant and Public Speaker. I am also a homeschool mom to two great Autistic kids!
I have an Educational Specialist Degree (Ed.S.) in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Neuropsychology, a Master’s in Educational Psychology, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a minor in Mathematics.
Professionally, personally, and as a parent, I have a significant amount of experience with Autism and all the many processing and learning differences that can go with Autism.
All of these different angles of experience give me a very unique perspective and insight into children whose experiences fall outside of the average.
My motto is “Special Needs Kids are People Too!” and it is my goal to see each child as a person and not a diagnosis.
Join Amy as she walks you through the principles of supporting special needs families in your co-op.