The number of online schools offering online education is increasing exponentially, but many of them are not available to students with physical disabilities.
Now, it seems, they are also gaining popularity.
Here’s a look at some of the best options for children with physical impairments.
What’s the difference between online schools and traditional schools?
Online education is designed to enable students to explore and learn while working through challenges that they might not have time to attend school.
That can be challenging for some students with special needs, such as people with learning disabilities.
Many online programs require parents to sign up for special enrollment accounts and pay tuition, but most of them also offer an online option for students who can’t afford to pay.
Online schools often offer more specialized classes, and their curriculum is designed for students to do online work, instead of in a traditional classroom setting.
Some of the online schools offer a combination of classroom and online learning.
For example, the online school I teach at in North Carolina offers classes on writing and storytelling and on how to learn.
We also offer online math and computer skills and help students improve their communication skills.
Other online programs are aimed at a broader range of students, from people with disabilities to people with other disabilities.
For instance, the program I teach in Austin, Texas, has classes in English, music, and computer-aided design.
The program also offers programs in physical rehabilitation and speech and language therapy.
Many online schools do not offer a formal curriculum, instead relying on an online learning platform.
That means students learn online through video lessons, video presentations, quizzes, quizzing, or video tutorials.
Some online programs also include online tutoring and support.
Some programs also offer special education, health and wellness, and physical education programs.
Many of the programs we teach offer specialized online classes in addition to traditional classroom learning.
These online programs include:For example, we offer a course called Learning Disability in Motion (LEMI) that covers all aspects of learning disability.
This course focuses on how students with different learning disabilities can learn to live independently and how to do that by practicing the skills they need to do well on standardized tests.
For more information, go to www.learningdisability.org or call (512) 823-2337.
We offer a learning disability class called Living with Learning Disabilities (LHDE) that is also available through online learning platforms such as Udemy.
The class offers information on physical, mental, and social learning disabilities and includes an interactive online tutor.
Our online learning programs also support people who use wheelchairs or mobility devices, people with hearing or speech impairments, and students with learning problems, such an autism spectrum disorder, dyslexia, or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
In addition, we have programs for children and teens who are deaf or hard of hearing, and people with epilepsy.
We also offer a special education program called the Living with a Learning Disability Workshop (LHDW), which is designed specifically for students in families with children who are living with learning difficulties.
The LHDW is a four-day workshop designed to help students learn the skills that are essential to living independently, such how to communicate effectively, understand the social interactions they have with others, and learn the importance of teamwork.
This workshop is designed so that students can practice these skills as part of the everyday lives of their families and caregivers.
Learn more about online education and online education for kids with disabilities.