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Parent Links

  • NAGC is an organization of parents, educators, other professionals and community leaders to address the unique needs of children and youth with demonstrated gifts and talents as well as those children who may be able to develop their talent potential with appropriate educational experiences.
  • Council of Exceptional Children is the largest international professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities, students with disabilities, and/or the gifted.
  • Gifted Development Center serves parents, schools, and advocacy groups with information about identification, assessment, counseling, learning styles, programs, presentations, and resources for gifted children and adults.
  • GT World is an on-line support community for parents of Gifted and Talented children.
  • SENG focuses primarily on the adults in the lives of gifted children. SENG provides information on identification, guidance, and effective ways to live and work with gifted individuals.
  • Hoagies is a resource guide for the education of gifted children with links to resources on nearly every aspect of gifted education available on the Internet, plus annotations and first hand information provided by parents.
  • 2Exceptional Newsletter website and publications directed squarely at the intersection of giftedness and learning difficulties.
  • AEGUS, The Association for the Education of Gifted Underachieving Students, serves as an advocate for this special population.
  • Family Education is a resource that contains games and activities that challenge the mind, with tips and resources to keep your child centered.
  • Gifted and Creative Services Australia is dedicated to providing information and services that encompass and nourish the whole gifted person and meets emotional, intellectual, physical and educational needs.
  • NSGT The National Society for the Gifted & Talented™ (NSGT) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) foundation created to honor and encourage gifted and talented (G&T) children and youth.
  • Uniquely Gifted Twice-exceptional children (that is, intellectually gifted children with special needs such as AD/HD, learning disabilities, Asperger Syndrome, etc.) have a hard time in our education system – because their giftedness can mask their special needs and their special needs hide their giftedness, they are often labeled as “lazy,” “unmotivated,” “not trying.” This site is specially dedicated to these children with articles written by leading psychologists and specialists.

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