About the author

Judi Munday, M.A., M.Ed., has dedicated over thirty years to special education in public, private, and Christian school settings. She taught several classes as an adjunct instructor in Regent University's graduate School of Education. For the past 16 years, Judi has provided diagnostic assessments and educational consultations, as well as tutoring services for students with a variety of special needs – including processing deficits, learning disabilities, and high-functioning autism.
Judi has published a series of informational articles on SchoolhouseTeachers.com, the curriculum site of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine. In addition, she has published an article for all-Abilities Celebration Connection, and she served as special needs editor/author for the Home Educators Association of Virginia's Special Needs manual.  She has been a speaker and presented numerous workshops at multiple statewide homeschool conventions and presented at a national convention of the Learning Disabilities Association of America.

Through her business, HIS Place for Help in School, and her website, helpinschool.net, she encourages, educates, and equips parents and teachers to effectively instruct and support struggling learners. Judi is committed to providing practical assistance with a compassionate heart and a high level of professionalism.