Military Homeschool Families: An Asset to Your Group

A military family can be an asset to your homeschool group. Find out how from homeschool leader Melissa Robb and School Liaison Officer at Newport, RI Naval Base, Pamela Martin. These two ladies have a heart for helping homeschool military families and you’ll learn the benefits of inviting them into your group.

 

 

Create a Nonprofit Organization for Your Homeschool Community

A pre-recorded webinar for homeschool groups that covers:

  • The difference between a business and a nonprofit
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of being a nonprofit
  • Forming a board: who can be one it, what do they do, etc.
  • Creating bylaws
  • Drafting a budget
  • Setting up a bank account
  • Forming a nonprofit corporation in your state
  • The timeline to get this all done
  • The expense to accomplish this

For more information visit Homeschoolcpa.com/CreateNP

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Military Families: How Homeschool Leaders Can Help

Homeschool leader Melissa Robb was never in the military, but she developed a heart for homeschool military families moving to her area. Listen ads she tells Carol Topp about how she helped military families with information, connections and friendship.

In this episode of the HomeschoolCPA podcast, Carol Topp will share:

  • How to welcome a military family moving to your area
  • The struggles that military homeschool families face
  • How homeschool leader Melissa Robb developed a heart for military families
  • What do homeschool military families need most
  • What time does it take to help military families
  • What can a homeschool leader to do help military families

 

 

In her webinar 501c3 Application for Homeschool Nonprofits Carol Topp, CPA will share her tips and secrets from preparing over 150 applications for 501c3 tax exempt status

You will learn:

  • What is needed before applying for tax exempt status
  • The cost and steps to take
  • An explanation of the IRS Form 1023-EZ line-by-line. This will be the crux of the webinar
  • Tips on filing the IRS Form 1023-EZ
  • What filings may be required by your state (in addition to the IRS)
  • How you could avoid applying at all, yet still get all the advantages of 501c3 status

After the webinar you will be equipped to file on your own the IRS Form 1023-EZ, saving you hundreds of dollars for professional help.

More information at HomeschoolCPA.com/501c3APP

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Special Needs Resources for Homeschool Co-ops

As a homeschool leader you may need some resources to help you understand a special needs child in your homeschool co-op. Faith Berens, the Special Needs Consultant at the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), shares several resources with host Carol Topp in today’s (16 minute) episode.

HSLDA’s list of resources https://hslda.org/content/strugglinglearner/default.asp

KeyMinistry.org Download their free toolkit
Joni And Friends
CLC Network. Books for children with autism
Let All the Children Come to Me by MaLesa Breedon
Access Ministry downloads such as “20 Ways to Calm a Child”

Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) has Special Needs Consultants for members.

Compassion, HSLDA’s charitable foundation, has grants for special needs and hardship needs including therapy and equipment

Group services attorney Darren Jones can address Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance and legal questions.

 

Faith Berens can be reached by email at SpecialNeeds@HSLDA.org.

 

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Special Needs Children in a Homeschool Co-op

Special needs children can be a challenge for a homeschool group leader. In this episode (14 minutes), Faith Berens, Special Needs Consultant at the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) explains to host Carol Topp how a homeschool co-op can welcome a child with special needs.

In this episode of the HomeschoolCPA podcast, Faith shared:

  • All children want to feel welcomed
  • Tips for accommodating a child with special needs including using intake forms and having a pre-visit time
  • Why asking “How can we support you?” is so helpful to a parent
  • A helpful book to read aloud to children, Just the Way I am: God’s Good Design and Disability
  • A resource for homeschool leaders Homeschooling Children with Special Needs by Sharon Hensley
  • The website Understood.org has helpful videos and a podcast

HSLDA’s list of resources https://hslda.org/content/strugglinglearner/default.asp

 

Faith Berens can be reached by email at SpecialNeeds@HSLDA.org.

The next episode (#172) Faith will share some more resources and practical tools for homeschool leaders to help families of children with special needs.

 

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