Supporting Neurodiverse Learners in Homeschool and Co-op Settings

This workshop is designed for homeschool parents and co-op community educators focused on supporting neurodiverse learners. Emily Kircher-Morris, host of The Neurodiversity Podcast, author, and clinical mental health counselor will provide practical strategies and insights.

Workshop Highlights

  • Understanding Neurodiversity: Gain clarity on what neurodiversity means and why it’s essential in education, helping you better support each student’s individual needs.
  • Effective Teaching Strategies: Learn practical and adaptable teaching techniques that you can apply in homeschool and co-op educational settings to meet the diverse needs of your learners.
  • Supportive Accommodations: Explore various ways to modify your teaching approach and environment to make learning more accessible and supportive for neurodiverse students.
  • Discussion and Q&A: An opportunity to ask questions, share experiences, and connect with other educators who are also working with neurodiverse learners in a homeschool or co-op community setting.

When: Tuesday, January 16th, 2024 | 3pm EST

Cost: Free for everyone

This workshop is being offered at not cost to the community, this is made possible by your support! Not yet a member? Sign up today!

Meet Your Facilitator

Emily Kircher-Morris, M.A., M.Ed., LPC, inspired by her own experiences as a neurodivergent person, is dedicated to destigmatizing neurodiversity and supporting neurodivergent people of all ages. She started her career in education and is now in private practice near St. Louis, Missouri as a licensed professional counselor, where she specializes in supporting neurodivergent kids and adults (and their families). 

Emily hosts The Neurodiversity Podcast, which explores the psychological, educational, and social needs of neurodivergent people. She is the author of several books related to parenting and educating neurodivergent children and teens.

She speaks at statewide, national, and international conferences and frequently provides virtual and in-person professional development to educators, mental health clinicians, and parents worldwide. Many of her presentations and workshops can also be found at the Neurodiversity University online learning platform.

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