Faith Berens
Faith-Filled Homeschooling

Faith Berens

Faith’s own learning struggles and diagnosis of dyscalculia compelled her compassion for other bright but struggling students. A fifteen year teaching career before she became a homeschool mom included both public and private schools, tutoring, and working as a reading specialist. Her specific area of expertise is the identification and remediation of reading difficulties. As an extroverted-introvert who is a lifelong learner and an avid reader, her 2008 transition to homeschooling her own two children was a natural one. You can find her at Faith-Filled Homeschooling.

Faith currently applies her passionate advocacy for special needs students as she speaks at homeschooling conferences across the nation and internationally. She also serves as a Special Needs Consultant for Home School Legal Defense Association in addition to having her own in-home, private practice as an educational diagnostician. Faith’s articles have been published in several national homeschooling magazines, and she has been the guest of several homeschooling podcasts.

Faith’s Session

Benefits and Blessings of Homeschooling Children with Unique Learning Needs

In this presentation, Faith will share the many benefits and blessings that families all over the United States are experiencing with students with unique learning needs and difficulties including those with ADD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Dyslexia, as well as students with physical and mental health needs.  The changing motivations of families choosing home education as a viable educational option is also addressed as well as general encouragement and resources shared.  

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June 13th Session is Live! Click below to watch.

Watch the replay of our interview with Faith Berens and Tj Schmidt of HSLDA about homeschooling special needs in Oregon!

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