If you feel that your child suffers from a disability that seriously hampers his ability to stick to a routine, then homeschooling is your best choice. The child will be constantly under your supervision. But he will be gaining a lot of quality education, in spite of his disability. Goal setting is an important part of homeschooling a child with disability.
This is rather surprising, considering how children with disabilities are stigmatized in public schools. Set the number of working hours per week for the child. A child with a disability may have his bad days. Structure the learning hours according to the needs and interests of the child. Use the computer.
This way, they will have all the necessary information right at his fingertips while staying within the confines of his home. Field trips and other educational activities are just as important. Get help from your support group. Visit places of interest and interact with other children in the group. Take your child out for some activities, so that he can socialize. Let him set his own pace with making friends.
This will help in strengthening his self-esteem. You will just need to look for the right opportunities and the easiest alternatives to achieve the same goals. Above all, remember that homeschooling is just the same, even when your child suffers from a disability.