Come & Be Encouraged

January 26, 2018

If you've not been one to attend a homeschool conference, you may want to reconsider.  At least take the time to listen to Leslie Nunnery who along with her husband David, founders of  "Teach Them Diligently Home School Conferences."

 

The Nunnery"s were called to this ministry of encouraging homeschool families to follow the high road of their own calling when it came to being a homeschool family.

 

Our Brain Coach, Dr. Jan Bedell will be speaking and exhibiting at all the Teach Them Diligently conferences in 2018.  There are new locations to better accommodate 2018's families in a convenient and fun venues for all the attendees.

 

NeuroDevelopmental Screenings will be available through the Little Giant Steps team at all of the Teach Them Diligently sites. You can discover how a screening can benefit the children, teens and even adults in your family. We suggest you listen to Dr. Jan Bedell's Brain Coach Tips. Also you will want to click on this link:  NeuroDevelopmental Screenings.  These screening are helpful if you have a gifted child because the way the brain is organized, even when the individual has a high IQ, makes all the difference in the ability to use that intelligence.  Screenings are valuable when you have a child that is doing “OK” in your eyes but you know he is having to work much harder than you would expect. Screening are also valuable to help you identify the root causes of learning difficulties or even when children already have learning labels like ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, CAPD, OCD and Learning Disabled.     When you know the root cause of learning struggles, you can become equipped to change the outcome for that child.    LISTEN NOW

 

 

 

 

 

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