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Why is my child struggling?

Posted on Jun 13, 2011 in home

Why is my child struggling?

Nobody knows your child better than you do. Do you think that something is going on for your child? Are you wondering whether what your child is experiencing is “normal” or is a cause for concern? Children are complex beings, developing at many levels at once. They are developing physically, neurologically, emotionally, and socially. In addition to their internal development, they are impacted by their external environment, whether it be their home, school, and/or extra-curricular activities. A child’s development is often asynchronous, or uneven, causing a disconnect...

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How Do I Know If My Child Needs An Evaluation?

Posted on Jun 12, 2011 in home

How Do I Know If My Child Needs An Evaluation?

A comprehensive evaluation looks at a child’s cognitive abilities (verbal and visual), academic skills (reading, writing, math), executive-functioning, processing, memory (visual and verbal), personality, over-excitabilities, creativity, mood and behavior. Evaluations are often helpful in solving “mysteries” about your child’s learning, behavior, and emotional reactions. The goal is to assess your child’s abilities and determine areas of strength and weakness, providing a “road map” for understanding who your child really is. The evaluation will...

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Is My Child Gifted and/or Twice-Exceptional (2E)?

Posted on Jun 11, 2011 in home

Is My Child Gifted and/or Twice-Exceptional (2E)?

You might notice that your child has advanced vocabulary, verbal expression, or an excellent memory. Your child might have heightened emotional depth and sensitivity. They may demonstrate early or unusual mathematics ability. It is common for gifted children to be “too old and too young” at the same time. While a child is advanced in certain area, they lag behind in other types of social and emotional behavior. This is known as asynchronous development. In addition, many gifted children struggle with anxiety, attention problems, dyslexia, Asperger’s disorder, and more....

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Are you feeling misunderstood at work or in your relationships?

Posted on Apr 4, 2010 in home

Are you feeling misunderstood at work or in your relationships?

Many of our services that we offer for children can also be very helpful for adults. Many gifted adults may find that they are still suffering from experiences and challenges that affected them as children. Others find they are experiencing new challenges related to finding their passion, identity, parenting, relationships, career, and more. Having a hard time concentrating at work? Do you care that your spouse, colleagues or supervisors just don’t seem to “get” you? Has your child been diagnosed with something that you suspect you also have? We provide a broad range of...

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