Parents of special needs children often approach the subject of “labels” differently. Some feel that it’s important to specifically identify the needs of a child, while others simply want to embrace the child for the person they are regardless of a specific identification and as such adding a “label” is not necessary. Homeschooling parents stand in a unique position because having removed the public school microscope from the equation they have the freedom to choose how they want to approach special needs identification. Today the bloggers of iHomeschool Network are sharing their beliefs, ideals and decisions regarding how they have chosen to broach the subject of “to label or not to label” in special needs identification.
- To Label or Not to Label: Gifted Children from Colleen at Raising Lifelong Learners
- Labels Have a Place: Thoughts on Labeling Children with Special Needs from Jennifer A. Janes
- Labels Don’t Define My Child from LaToya at Learning to Let Him Lead
- I Have a Problem with Labeling Kids, Not with Diagnosing Them from Michelle at Heart of Michelle
- Yes, My Child is ADHD. Now What? from Stephanie at Harrington Harmonies
- To Label or Not to Label: Neuropsych Testing from Amanda at Planning On It
- Why Labels Matter: Homeschooling Autism from Kyle at Aspired Living
- The Truth About Labeling Kids With Dyslexia from Marianne at Homeschooling with Dyslexia
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