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A must-read for parents of twentysomethings or those embarking on that critical decade

"Our “thirty-is-the-new-twenty” culture tells us the twentysomething years don’t matter. Dr. Meg Jay argues that this decade has been "trivialized" and is "the most transformative time of our lives."

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A Guide for Including Special Education in Homeschool Co-op's

A Guide for Including Special Education in the Homeschool Co-op By Dawn Jackson M.Ed, Homeschooling Coach Homeschooling provides a unique opportunity for tailoring education to individual needs, and this flexibility extends beautifully to children with special educational needs. One effective way to enrich their homeschooling experience is by involving them in a homeschool co-op, where f...

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How The Homeschool Counseling Network Began

Curious as to how The Homeschool Counseling Network came to be? In this video, I share my personal story of a professional counselor turned stay-at-home mom and eventually homeschooling mom with a desire to help others home-educate their children.

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Nurturing the Littles: Homeschooling Preschoolers with Special Needs

Nurturing the Littles: Homeschooling Preschoolers with Special Needs By Dawn Jackson, M.Ed., Homeschool Coach and Mentor Homeschooling our preschoolers with special needs is a journey that requires patience, creativity, and a deep understanding of each child's unique abilities, gift and talents. While it presents its own set of challenges, it also offers immense opportunities for tail...

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The Homeschool Counseling Network

Hi there! I’m Kimberly, a Licensed Professional Counselor turned advocate and homeschool mama of one. Welcome to the Homeschool Counseling Network. We're so glad you stopped by! About HCN: The Homeschool Counseling Network (HCN) operates under It’s Only Homeschooling, LLC (dba The Homeschooling Counseling Network). HCN was founded in January 2024 by Kimberly Bennett, a Licensed ...

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Enhance Your Museum Experience: A Guide for Families with Specialized Educational and Accessibility Needs

Embarking on a museum trip with a child who has specialized educational or accessibility needs can be both exciting and challenging.

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How NOT to Transition to High School

Over the years, I have learned a lot about what is really important when transitioning into high school. Here are my biggest tips for transitioning, so you don’t make the same mistakes I did.

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Why Art Is Essential in Learning

In this article learn how the intentional practice of daily art can change the vision you and your child have about each other and life.

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Changing the Labels for Smart Girls with ADHD

Have you ever thought about girls with ADHD and why that label just doesn't work? Let's explore a new way of seeing our beautiful girls.

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