Resources for the parents and teachers of students with special needsServing parents and children across the country in
Resources & Links
HIS Place for Help in School is a site with unique, high-quality resources expressly designed to help parents of children with special needs. You will find links to educational resource sites for many disabilities, links to sites for legal information about special education students' rights and advocacy, and practical help both in links to suppliers and in tips for teaching and working with the special learner. Eventually, we will add a place for chat rooms to share parenting and advocacy help. Parents can find links here to various support groups for many different disabilities from ADD to PDD. In addition, there are links to current research sites and articles to provide up-to-date information that may assist parents in finding additional support.
we believe makes this site unique is the strong combination of basic principles
with excellence in the accuracy and quality of research-validated resource
material. Our mission is to bring forth to the public marketplace those
truths derived through discovery and research in education -- revealing
God's principles applied to society. Where those findings are reflecting
a Biblical world-view, we will freely give Him praise. We will also include
information that does not directly attribute its origin to God when it
is a valid and significant source of help and blessing. This site is HIS
Place, and it is intended to provide Help in School for your child.
on this website are now available.
Click on the titles below for details.
Call or email Judi for additional details and ways to purchase these publications.
The titles are:
Teaching Your Special Needs Student - Strategies and Tools that Really Work:
You Can Do This!
2nd Edition, 2008, 132 pp.
The Student Education Plan (SEP):
A Preparation Guide
2nd Edition, 2010, 54 pp.
Judith B. Munday
Virginia Licensed - Endorsed
K-12 Specific Learning Disabilities
Association of America
· International Dyslexia
· National Association of
· Council for Exceptional
· Virginia Professional
· Home Educators
Association of Virginia
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February 8, 2013