My son is 6 and is currently in public school kindergarten. This is his 2nd year in K. He has a disability, is on an IEP, and has a low IQ. In any consideration of homeschooling I feel like I'm presented with a lot of challenges. I don't know that I feel capable of teaching him. He does not learn in a typical way and I'm afraid I might not be able to understand well enough they way he learns to truly teach him. I also worry about standardized testing that is required by the state. There's just no way he'll pass the standardized tests, he is roughly 2-2.5 years behind his peers in most regards, especially academically.
I do know he would continue to receive therapy as he has gross and fine motor delays, speech delays, visual motor challenges, etc.
Has anyone else successfully homeschooled a child with these special needs?