Teens who struggle with reading, writing, focusing, or organizing can make great progress when homeschooled. Veteran homeschooler Kathy Kuhl gives strategies for teaching teens who don’t get on with textbooks, or struggle with time management, attention, handwriting, and other issues. She discusses life skills and social skills, as well as helping your teen get accommodations …
Kathy Kuhl helps parents help children with challenges. After homeschooling her son with learning disabilities, she wrote Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, a handbook for helping children with challenges including learning disabilities, attention deficit, autism, and giftedness. This book is based on interviews with 64 families homeschooling children with learning challenges, and on her own research and personal experience. She also wrote Staying Sane as You Homeschool and Encouraging Your Child, articles for many magazines, and her weekly blog.
Kathy speaks at homeschool conferences internationally. She individually advises families, providing resources, encouragement, and insight.
Kathy graduated from William and Mary, where she earned teaching certificates in English and mathematics. She helps lead two homeschool groups: one offering classes for teens, the other supporting homeschoolers with children with special needs. She has two adult children and one grandchild and lives with her husband in northern Virginia. She loves reading and hiking.