Tips for Homeschooling with Chronic Illness

Tips for Homeschooling with Chronic Illness

You can still homeschool when you have a chronic illness – it will just look a bit different. Today I’m sharing some tips and advice about how I have learned to adjust our homeschooling while also tending to my health.

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