Why hire me as your homeschool coach?
Your child can THRIVE as a student.
Are you worried about sending your child back to school in the fall?
Has your child struggled in the traditional system?
Perhaps you have been homeschooling for awhile but can’t seem to figure out how to reach your unique student?
Friend, it’s going to be ok. You can do this. I am here to help.
75 Minute Strategy-Sessions
Pick my brain for 75 minutes. While on the call, we will hash out the details and I will offer my greatest suggestions, tips and tools for moving forward as you plan and implement your homeschool journey.
You will have 1 week of Voxer access to me as you process through and plan post-call.
Lindsay is the secret to our success in transitioning our special needs son from public school to homeschool. Lindsay’s enthusiasm is contagious, her encouragement essential, and her expertise effective. I highly recommend Lindsay to anyone!
Seriously, you have helped me more than any parenting book, blogger, mentor…ever. You are such a blessing… thank you for sharing this wisdom with the world.
Lindsay doesn’t just value kids with special challenges — she celebrates them! Lindsay is wild about unique kids because she sees the ways they reflect uniquely breathtaking facets of their Creator, and she invites us to learn from them even as we help them grow into all God has for them.
Email me directly to join the waiting list for the next group coaching session.
(info AT aheartforallstudents DOT com)
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