The Special Services Program is a supplement to our Teacher Review Program to help families who have children with special needs. Families who sign a special needs student up in our Special Services Program are paired with a knowledgeable consultant, familiar with their child's particular special needs and with access to MODG special services mentors, who will:

Parents are eligible for 8 hours of consultation time with their consultant; and as part of this time the consultant is also available to evaluate the student's work. If more than 8 hours of consultation time is needed, the family can pay for additional consultation time. Students in our Special Services Program are also eligible for various graduation options (see below).

Mother of Divine Grace School's consultants, special services mentors, and special services consultants are homeschooling mothers. They have broad experience working with children with special needs and have received extensive training in our methodology and the adaption of our curriculum and goals to the student, so that they can assist families in using our methodology with all students regardless of their special needs. Our consultants have worked with students with a variety of learning disabilities including ADD, ADHD, auditory processing, dysgraphia, dyslexia, neurological and learning processing, reading, speech, vision, writing and motor skills. They have worked with students with a variety of behavioral issues including anxiety, attachment disorder, bi-polar, depression, emotional disorder, extreme defiance, OCD, pervasive development disorder, scrupulousness, and social disorder. They have worked with a variety of students with aspergers, autism, down syndrome, and mild to severe intellectual disabilities, and sensory integration disorder. They have also helped students who have suffered abuse, alcohol and drugs related issues, allergies, disease (particularly cancer), divorced or single parent homes, dysfunction, physical impediments and stress. And they have worked with gifted students, particularly in the area of math.

Mother of Divine Grace School offers two levels of support in the Special Services Program:

Mother of Divine Grace School's consultants can help families with special needs students meet some local and state homeschooling requirements. Families should check with their consultant if they need further help.

Mother of Divine Grace School has the following three 'graduation' options available for students enrolled in our Special Services Program:

For more information on these options, families should discuss them with their consultant.

For more information on this program please see Special Services Questions & Answers and see the FAQ's. For information on our Special Services Fees, please see the Enrollment - Pricing Breakdown page.

Hear from Our Families:

“I was very drawn to MODG's classical approach, and its focus on the tools of learning. Students learn the facts in each subject area, and then the curriculum goes further to encourage thought, admiration and wonder, and to teach writing, conversation, and drawing. The MODG curriculum does the same in the spiritual area. We read the very best catechism, and the Holy Bible, and then we take it a step further, we reflect on the message, we read the example of the saints, we put our own thoughts on paper. In all areas, we don't just take in facts--which may be forgotten--but we spring from those facts to acquire the tools and skills that will make our students lifelong learners and admirers of God's creation. Yet, MODG does not neglect the acquisition of fact either. I've just started to notice that in the early years, we run over the same material year after year, while increasing the detail and the amount of information. All this is accomplished with a curriculum that is flexible and fits nicely into my family life!”

Jamie B
homeschooling mother of four, enrolled since 2005