I found this one for you, looks like there are a few support groups there. Good luck!
I live in Puerto Rico. It has taken me 4yrs to be able to get to the point where I am now. People don't have info about Homeschooling like that. But I will do the search on google to see if I can find something.
I've found a couple online and will join one soon I think. Also maybe ask around your neighborhood and church to see if anyone else is homeschooling. Google homeschool in your town, maybe something will come up. If there is a mom's club, more than likely someone in the group hs or knows someone who does. Gl
This would be nice too if I could find one
I want to join a local one to make like-minded friends and for socialization for ds
Ok will check it out. Always open in learning about things. :-)
This may help explain them a little better. http://www.fpea.com/what-is-a-homeschool-co-op/
The one I run is parent run. Parents volunteer and pay a small fee for supplies. We meet at the local library so there are no room costs.
What's co op?
I have great online and local support. I do not know what I would do without my local support. I wouldn't say you need it but when I meet with our friends I feel so much better. I also run my own co-op and I absolutely love giving help to new homeschoolers. It can be tough finding your way when you first start especially when your kids are older. I strongly suppest homeschoolers check yahoo for local groups or start your own. You can decide how much you are involved. Local advice can be really helpful. I am also very social and so are my kids. We have about 3 weekly co-ops and love them all.
Thank you for your input it's very appreciated. :-)
i agree, it is very important to have a support system , i am new to this group but i love to talk to other moms in here ,it is a great start to a support system, or you could start your own . If you go to church, just ask around, talk to childrens services, parenting groups in your local area to find out if they have groups or if you could start one