Hi is there any out side help from the school system that helps parents homeschool, or are we on our own? Here's my story a few yrs. back I lost all my hearing and it left tinnitus (noise) in the ears plus alot more damage to them and I have to use a cochlear implant which leaves me very stressed and my husband works till 6:00 in the evening and I'm not able to do too much schooling so my husband comes home and helps our son with homework and studying for test. Our son has adhd and it's like pulling teeth to keep him up in his lessons at school and also try to steer him away from the kids that he takes up with that have a hard time in school also, but some of their parents is'nt as interested in helping their children so it adds to the stress. Now we have no idea how to homeschool on our own so, what is our resourses if any in getting started, and are there any outside help we can get? We've talked to some school officals but not getting much help on the matter. I've been told the school system doesn'nt want homeschooling because of the money they lose on the school. Can anybody here help us understand more about this problem and how to solve it or am I just wishful thinking. Thanks
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