amyable Posted June 27, 2012 Share Posted June 27, 2012 In answering the planning thread earlier, I realized that what I need for my 9th grade dyslexic/ADD/LD but smart daughter is some type of consultant -- someone that will help me put together a curriculum that is doable for HER, lay it out for us in steps, and be someone we can be accountable to as the months go along. Possibly even some writing, science or math tutoring in there. Someone to go to for questions. I know there are things like Kolbe special services department, but I've been saving up curriculum for her for years and in so many instances I want her to use what *I* want her to use because I like it and it seems to be up her alley, YKWIM? So if I've substituted for every book, I can't imaging Kolbe (for example) could help us through, providing tests, etc for a bunch of books that aren't theirs. I want someone to hold our hands and walk us through this. :tongue_smilie: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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