Kathy Kuhl graduated from William and Mary, where she earned teaching certificates in secondary mathematics and English. She has taught junior high school math in Maryland, homeschooled her son for grades 4 to 12, given seminars for adults internationally, and led many classes for homeschooled teens.
Locally, she remains involved with the homeschool community. She helps lead a private online yahoo group for Northern Virginian homeschoolers with children with special needs. (Contact her to request an invitation.)
Apart from her work with students with special needs, she keeps in touch with local homeschoolers as she serves as assistant administrator at Centreville Homeschool Enrichment Support Services, which provides a la carte classes for homeschooled teens, but does not give chess lessons.(C.H.E.S.S. is not designed for teens with special needs, although a few have successfully taken some classes there.)
Kathy belongs to and recommends the following national organizations as good sources of information: HSLDA – the Home School Legal Defense Association, LDA – the Learning Disabilities Association, CHADD – Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder, and IDA – the International Dyslexia Association. She is also a member of these regional groups: HEAV – the Home Educators Association of Virginia, VaHomeschoolers, WISER – Washington Independent Services for Educational Resources, and the ADHD Resource Group of Northern Virginia, among other organizations.
Kathy and her husband Fred are members of New Hope Presbyterian Church, have two grown children, and live in Herndon, Virginia.
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Whether your child struggles or has given up; is dyslexic, distracted, gifted, learning disabled, or just learns differently, Kathy Kuhl offers encouragement and support. She helps parents help children learn.
- Kathy consults with families who are considering homeschooling, or who need help adapting their homeschool to a child’s learning challenges. She advises on planning, curriculum, support, withdrawal from school, and transition to high school level work, employment, and college.
Go to the contact page to request a short questionnaire and to set up an initial consultation.
- Kathy would be happy to speak to your group. She has addressed international conferences on special needs, homeschool conventions across the US and in Europe, and local support groups of all sizes. She lives near Washington, DC. Email her to discuss your needs and terms.
- Need an article for your publication? Kathy writes for a general parent audience, for homeschoolers, and for parents with children with special needs. Send her a brief description of what you need.
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