Friday, July 25, 2014


Great thanks to everyone we met and all who attended our sessions at the SENG Conference in San Jose last week.  We were energized and inspired by your passion for helping gifted children.  As Maureen Neihart wrote in Risk and Resilience in Gifted Children,

“The single most powerful predictor of positive outcomes for
vulnerable children is a relationship with a caring adult.”

You are those adults!

The hand-outs of slides for the Self-Advocacy and Decision-Making presentations can be found under the "Related Articles" tab.  Please contact me directly if you'd like the original PowerPoints or any of the other materials.

Also, the information regarding the GT Carpe Diem Workshop (self-advocacy for gifted teens) is posted here on the blog.  Check the tabs above.

Back home in Wisconsin now, I'm eager to continue our quest:  
Seize a day, change a lifetime!

Great way for SENG families to relax after an intense day!

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