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96 students from Gifted Kids have collaborated to write an open letter to Parliament. What can this inspire you to write to someone who can make a difference? To All Members of Parliament You don’t know who I am, what … Continue reading
In the Netherlands, the 26th of May will be Dag van de Hoogbegaafdheid – the Day of Giftedness. As we anticipate this event, it seems like a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge our shared challenges, our togetherness, as we advocate for gifted people, … Continue reading
Every now and again the online gifted advocacy community senses “a great disturbance in the Force”. We have our gifted intensities, and we have no immunity from other foibles of humanity to offset this. What I suspect this means, is … Continue reading
It’s an honour to be blogging for SENG’s US-based National Parenting Gifted Children Week. They’ve started with a conference, and I hear great news of how well it has been going. Congratulations to all those involved! National Parenting Gifted Children Week … Continue reading