Author, speaker, blogger, and homeschool consultant, Kathy Kuhl has interviewed and advised hundreds of families homeschooling children with learning disabilities, dyslexia, autism, giftedness, and other challenges. A graduate of William and Mary, Kathy homeschooled her dyslexic, distractible son for grades 4-12. She has also taught in public schools, homeschool coops, and international education conferences. She aims to equip parents to homeschool children who learn differently, and to bridge the special needs and homeschool communities.
Kathy Kuhl offers creative solutions for parents teaching children with learning challenges. She provides parents resources, support, and insight. A veteran homeschooler and former teacher, she knows the help you need.
After homeschooling her son (a creative, distractible dyslexic with great perseverance), Kathy interviewed 64 parents homeschooling students with learning disabilities. Then she wrote Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, a handbook equipping parents to teach children with dyslexia, attention deficit, autism, giftedness, and other challenges. Kathy has also written Staying Sane as You Homeschool and Encouraging Your Child. Her encouragement is rooted in experience, research, and Biblical principles. She can help you customize your children’s education to their needs, strengths, and gifts.