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Guest - Tricia on Sunday, 14 September 2014 05:44

Thank you Lee! I struggle with this every day. I'm chronically ill as are my 4 children with tickborne infections. What advice to do you have for those High Schoolers who struggle every day with their school work because of learning or health impairments. It takes my H.S.ers three times longer to do their work. We utilize a lot of videos and audios but we still have a hard time.

Thank you Lee! I struggle with this every day. I'm chronically ill as are my 4 children with tickborne infections. What advice to do you have for those High Schoolers who struggle every day with their school work because of learning or health impairments. It takes my H.S.ers three times longer to do their work. We utilize a lot of videos and audios but we still have a hard time.
Guest - Lee (website) on Monday, 15 September 2014 10:52

Dear Tricia,

I am so sorry to hear that you are struggling with recurring illness. I know how much of a toll that can take on your day-to-day lives.
Lee has written an article that you might find encouraging: Homeschool High School Without Fear

I hope this helps.

Blessings,
Laura
Assistant to the HomeScholar

Dear Tricia, I am so sorry to hear that you are struggling with recurring illness. I know how much of a toll that can take on your day-to-day lives. Lee has written an article that you might find encouraging: Homeschool High School Without Fear I hope this helps. Blessings, Laura Assistant to the HomeScholar
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