Homeschooling When Grieving the Loss of a Child
Home educating during difficult life circumstances can feel lonely and impossible to navigate. We understand these challenges at SPED Homeschool, that's why we focus one month of our broadcast each year for sharing homeschool veteran stories of hope and encouragement. This week's broadcast features a veteran homeschooler, Nichelle Nelson and her story on how she and her family homeschooled while grieving the loss of her oldest child and the lessons they learned through this journey. Our special guest this week on Empowering Homeschool Conversations was Nichelle Nelson, veteran homeschool mom, Air Force brat/wife/mom, and virtual education entrepreneur. Nichelle shared with us about "Homeschooling When Grieving the Loss of a Child" Viewers like you funded similar episodes and other free resources from SPED Homeschool. To learn how you can support the nonprofit work of SPED Homeschool and this broadcast, visit https://spedhomeschool.com/donate/
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Nichelle mentioned The Compassionate Friends, which offers help to grieving families. Their website is https://www.compassionatefriends.org/
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Peggy founded SPED Homeschool in 2017 after working in the special education homeschooling industry for over a decade and now she and her team empower families across the globe to homeschool students with diverse learning needs.
She is certified by the American Association of Christian Counselors and trained as a Precept Bible Study leader. Peggy is also a professional aerial silks performer and instructor. In her free time, Peggy enjoys vegan/gluten-free cooking, paddle boarding, hiking and reading. She and her husband Doug live in League City, TX, and after 19 years of homeschooling have now graduated all three of their children from their home school.