Enroll now to get founding member pricing, 15 spots remaining! 


get the support you crave from  homeschool mommas who understand the struggles of teaching outside-of-the-box kids

without the hours of research and failed homeschool meetups

What would it feel like to ditch the homeschool drama?

I know what it is like to feel like you're failing your kids in your homeschool. Yes, even teachers with over a decade of experience feel that way sometimes too. 

I know that isolating feeling that no matter how many hours you spend on Pinterest and Etsy you still can't seem to get your homeschool rhythm and navigate your days like the Instagram mamas whose kids sit nicely around the table and do their work without resistance. 

I have felt that same fear you have that you are failing your kids by continuing to homeschool. I know the battle to ensure that everyone's needs are being met, including your own AND meeting your state requirements of schooling at home.  

I also know that YOU CAN DO THIS with the right support helping you navigate homeschooling your neurodiverse learners you can bring joy back into your homeschool days.

Can you imagine...
  • Starting each homeschool day with confidence that you are meeting your kids needs.
  • Having monthly community support to cheer you on and give you perspective when things get hard.
  • Having a one-stop hub for community, education, and accountability right in the palm of your hand.

If any of this sounds like a dream, I want you to know that it’s 100% possible for you. And I know that, because I’ve been exactly where you are now and have curated the homeschool hub to help you find the relatable community you really want.

That’s why I can't wait to introduce you to this amazing hub.
If you're ready for judgement free community,


If you're ready to go from being alone and burnt out to homeschooling confidently, but you need someone who's been there done that to guide the way...

I created this space for you!

Play. Community. Education. Accountability.
So, what is the PLAY to Learn Homeschool Hub anyways?

The hub is a monthly membership that teaches you how to prioritize your needs and the needs of your kids. We will talk about tips and tricks to thrive in your homeschool day. Learn strategies for meeting your kids where they are in their learning and add fun to your homeschooling by bringing play to every day. The hub is a safe space to share, collaborate, learn and grow with others.

A month in the hub looks like:

  • Monthly LIVE masterclasses and guest expert speakers covering all things homeschooling neurodiverse learners.
  • Monthly LIVE coffee chats and accountability challenges.
  • Carefully curated purposeful play packs for quick and easy activities to add fun to every day.

No more struggling. No more worrying. No more wasting time.

Come play with us in the hub today!
we can't wait to cheer you on...




  • Monthly trainings
  • Monthly Coffee Chat Q+A
  • Printable play ideas for all ages
  • Community
  • Accountability 
Here's how the membership breaks down...

Live, recorded monthly masterclasses to support you in homeschooling your neurodivergent learners. Guest experts will bring carefully curated content to support your homeschooling journey.


Live, monthly coffee chats to answer all of your questions on training content, and your current homeschool struggles, or just come and hang out, pajamas encouraged! These chats will be recorded so you will never feel left out of any conversation.


Monthly printables and play ideas to add more fun to each day. Targeted play skills for kids of all ages. 


The hub is a collaborative and safe space to share your homeschool struggles and strengths. A place to seek support and cheer on others. 

A sneak peek into the hub.



I'm Malia.

 Homeschool mama of two licensed Virginia Special education teacher, board-certified behavior analyst, and coffee lover who is passionate about meeting kids where they are and adding play to every day. 

For as long as I can remember I have wanted to be a teacher. I used to set up classrooms and teach my stuffed animals and toys. When I was 9, my twin siblings were born and I was introduced to not only what life was like as a big sister but what it was to grow up with a physically disabled and neurodiverse sibling.

I took my childhood love of playing school and pursued a career in education. I spent over a decade supporting neurodivergent learners in early childhood classrooms and providing assistive technology support to teachers, students and parents before coming home to teach my own children.

I know it can be isolating when it feels like the battles you go through in learning are specific to you. I understand the challenges of meeting individualized needs and am here to cheer you on as you build the homeschool of your dreams. 

My passion for meeting others where they are and having fun while doing it stems from my real-life experiences and nothing makes my heart swell more than celebrating others' homeschooling success.

If you're still reading or there's something holding you back.
You may be asking yourself...
Enroll in the PLAY to Learn Homeschool Hub today!!
we can't wait to cheer you on...




  • Monthly trainings
  • Monthly Coffee Chat Q+A
  • Printable play ideas for all ages
  • Community
  • Accountability