The FPEA has arranged a special afternoon educational event on Wednesday, May 23rd at 4pm at the Arabian Nights Dinner Show in Kissimmee, FL. The event begins with a dozen educational exhibits in the arena. Students and parents alike will get to visit with the horse trainers, veterinarian, show presenters … read more
How One “Organizational Maniac” Prepares for Convention
I confess that I am a control freak organizational maniac. That said, you can just imagine what goes into planning to attend the FPEA convention at my home. I have to start several months in advance. Soon after Christmas I start really evaluating the curriculum we have been using for … read more
Parents who choose to homeschool their special-needs children operate on an elevated level of determination, courage and commitment. Not only must they go against the flow of the general public and educational experts, but they also must accept that certain schooling approaches that work well for other homeschool families are … read more
Most parents faced with a child with a physical or learning disability would leave the education process to the “experts.” Valencia Tupper has chosen a different (and more profitable) path.
Valencia’s 11-year-old son, Alex, actually has two conditions — dyspraxia and dysgraphia. Often called the “clumsy child syndrome,” dyspraxia is … read more