home teacher


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home teacher

n
(Education) Brit a teacher who educates ill or disabled children in their homes
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A Home Teacher must love kids as well as teaching English.
She said: "The home teacher programme is for pre-school children with Down syndrome from age one to school-going age.
I had a very good midwife and home teacher, who were very supportive, who gave us both information about the Bethany Group for Disabled Children.
She feels lucky because Anthony had the same home teacher each year.
A FORMER Bryn Estyn care home teacher who was accused of indecently assaulting two boys says he was thrown in the cells for hours by police in 1991.
The lawsuit contends that other adults in the church knew Allen behaved inappropriately but let him be a group leader, home teacher and Sunday school president.
Zack receives OT, PT, speech therapy, horseback riding therapy and has a bimonthly home teacher.
The Company also developed the Home Teacher Series and the Personal Professor, both highly regarded self-paced, interactive lesson programs.
By mid-January, Amador was eating solid foods and managed to complete the math workbook that his home teacher, Steve Loverich, had brought him.
For 22 years she worked as a home teacher for students who, because of various disabilities, needed individual schooling.
She has washed her long red hair and put on a pretty sunflower dress for the occasion - a visit with her home teacher.
The 1902 report stressed the help the society's home teachers gave to people "who from age or infirmity cannot read" but who "enjoy a chat with their visitor whose job is to make a little break in the dull monotony of their lives".