As a result of the 2020 global pandemic, caregivers who have children with learning challenges, variously diagnosed disabilities, and exceptionalities have been asked to do the nearly impossible - teach their children while maintaining their home, multiple children’s schooling, and their employment responsibilities. Parents are concerned about the logistics of the task and the fear of their children falling behind academically and missing developmental milestones while losing the life skills necessary for independent living. Throughout the guidebook, strategies are shared for educators to improve remote learning for students with IEPs, and many of the shared strategies can apply to the home. Chapter 10 highlights those helpful home strategies for parents that were mentioned throughout the book and provides some resources for caregiver support. Additionally, Chapter 10 will explore a parent’s perspective, some available research and survey results, and tricks and tools educators can share with parents.