Supporting community is integral to the SENG Mission. The opportunity to learn from others in a SENG Model Parent Groups (SMPG), to share experiences via SENG Connect or to make new friends at Conference provides gifted individuals with a sense of acceptance and normalcy that they may not otherwise experience.
Articles from the SENG Library
by Sarah Young It’s the week before winter break. Utter chaos reigns. Every day there is a condensed schedule, an assembly, or other interruptions that distress my anxious, perfectionist, or autistic gifted kids. In the 3.5 minutes before students come pouring into...read more
by Melody Yourd Age 8: I’m in the backseat of my mom’s Volvo. A Beatles cassette is playing over the stereo, and I have my cheek resting against my seatbelt; my gaze drifts out the window at the passing scenery. But I can feel my eyes going out of focus as I start...read more
by Richard Brees Unrecognized Intellectual Giftedness (UIG) is a Red Herring mill that has been stamping-out distractive emotional trauma (red herring) since an unrecognized gifted and thereby creative Mesopotamian invented the wheel. I can only assume that’s why the...read more