Understanding Gifted Children

Saturday, October 31, 2015 10:52 AM | Deleted user

November 19, 7:00pm, the Office of Dr. Meghan Barlow and Associates (20220 Center Ridge Road, Suite 165, Rocky River)

This talk is designed for parents of identified or suspected gifted children between the ages of 3 and 10 years.

This talk will help parents understand the social, emotional, cognitive, and academic needs and challenges that come with advanced ability. Topics covered: • When and why to identify giftedness • Types of giftedness: cognitive vs. specific academic vs. high ability children • Asynchronous (uneven) development in gifted children • Social and emotional characteristics of typical gifted children • Biological age vs. cognitive abilities • Choosing activities and finding appropriate peers • Coordinating with schools to develop enriching academic activities • Local and national resources for families of gifted children The talk will also include time for Q&A, so bring questions!

*This talk is free but registration is limited to 15 participants. To register, contact the office of Meghan Barlow & Associates by phone or email. 

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