Homeschool ADD/ADHD and homeschool central auditory processing disorder are not a death sentence, though it surely feels like it in the beginning.

My daughter struggled in her early schooling years. She suffered with dyslexia, CAPD, dysgraphia, and ADHD. Ouch! I felt her pain each and every day, so I worked hard to discover ways to homeschool her so she could learn more easily. Many days I wanted to give up and send her back to school, but I thought about how awful public school had been for her and the fact that she was truly better off at home with someone who wanted to see her be successful.

If you are where I was, don’t give up. It took time and effort on both our parts, but in the end my daughter experienced success and more importantly, felt good about herself!

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