Summary of Why we homeschool our autistic son.

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The parents of an autistic child homeschool him in order to provide him with a more individualized education. This has helped him to thrive and has allowed the family to focus on his specific needs and interests.

  • 00:00:00 The parents of a young boy with autism homeschool him in order to provide him with a more individualized education than he would receive in a traditional school setting. Levi's struggles in traditional school became increasingly difficult, and the parents decided to switch him to an iep (education plan) in order to give him more specialized support. About halfway through Levi's school career, they faced difficult challenges of their own and decided to homeschool again.
  • 00:05:00 The family homeschools their autistic son, and within a year of doing so, he began to thrive and no longer required services from the school system. However, when their twins were born, it became more difficult to keep up the homeschooling schedule.
  • 00:10:00 The parents of an autistic child homeschool them to provide him with a good education, without the constant distractions of other children. The table they use for work and school is also used for playing with the children, and the family has a routine that helps them to manage the child's autism.
  • 00:15:00 The father of an autistic child explains the benefits of homeschooling their son, including the ability to work with a speech therapist to help him enunciate specific words, and the ability to focus on their son's interests while still providing a quality education.

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