Parent and Educator Resources while schools are closed due to COVID-19.
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The 2020 Summit brings together 23 top psychologists, advocates and educators with over 10 hours of insights and strategies in downloadable video, audio, and transcripts. To see what is included in the 2020 Summit click here
Essential STRATEGIES for 2e Students
The vast majority of schools were not built with our unique kids in mind --kids with amazing advanced abilities and at the same time, difficulties in learning, social, and/or emotional skills. Our kids are complex. They're nichey. Most teachers get little to no training in gifted, ADHD, autism, learning differences, or anxiety. Yet, there's a wealth of practical strategies that you and your child's teacher(s) need to know for your child to thrive in school. Too see what's included in this series click here.
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