Sharon Hensley Consulting

Support for Families Home Schooling Children with Special Needs

Life Coaching for Adults with ADD

About

Sharon is the author of Home Schooling Children with Special Needs and provides consulting to families home teaching children with any type of learning challenges as well as consulting and coaching for adults dealing with ADD and other Executive Function difficulties. She holds a Master's Degree in Special Education and has worked with a variety of special needs children and adults including her daughter, Alison, who is on the autism spectrum. Before home teaching her children (1991-2012), Sharon taught junior high school and opened her own practice offering educational evaluations and therapy.

 

Sharon lives with her husband and daughter, Alison, at Hume Lake Christian Camps in the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountains of California.

Services

Both hourly and unlimited consulting are available. Consulting may include assistance in any or all of the following areas:

Curriculum choices and modifications
Behavioral Difficulties
Teaching Methods
Test Interpretation
Goal Setting & Evaluation
Structure and Organization of your Homeschool Environment
Career and Goal Counseling
Organizational and Executive Function difficulties in work, home or marriage

Visit our Testimonials page to see what clients have to say about Sharon's consulting services.

 

Consultations are done by phone.

Consulting Fees

 

Home School Consulting or Adult Coaching

Consulting by the hour:  $75/hr This option is best for people who have only a few very specific questions and have good support from other sources.

 

4 one hour sessions:  $200 (paid in advance and good for one year) 

 

10 one hour sessions:  $400 (paid in advance and good for one year) 

 

 

    

 

    

Home Schooling Children with Special Needs

Sharon's book, "Home Schooling Children with Special Needs" is a starting place to help you begin or continue home schooling your special needs child with confidence. Includes resources on different disabilities, coping with the emotional issues of parenting and teaching special children, and sections on program planning and curriculum to help you with the "nuts and bolts" of your home school. 

PLEASE NOTE:  Due to changes since publication, the books listed in the appendix are no longer available through AVCS Books.  See the Curriculum Resources page for a list of current vendors where these materials are available. 

 

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