SENG

Gifted Homeschooling Parents

Homeschooling families often require different support than traditional schooling families. For that reason, we are launching support groups tailored to you and your specific needs. Whether you have chosen to homeschool because you hold alternative educational and parenting philosophies, are a do-it-yourselfer, or out of pure necessity because your child does not fit into the mainstream box, we are here for you.

Following the tried and true SENG Model, Kasi Peters and Adriane Ransom will be facilitating a 6-week support group specifically designed to support novice, experienced, and somewhere-in-between homeschooling families raising gifted children.

Our online facilitated groups will meet weekly for 1 1⁄2 hours over the course of 6 weeks. Afterwards, you will receive continued support from our online community of like-minded families, as well an invitation to participate in our monthly “book-club” style guided discussion meetings.

 

Dates & Times

Weekly, Sept 11-Oct 16, 6:30-8:00 pm EST

About the Facilitators

Adriane Ransom is a pediatric occupational therapist and owner of Bloom Pediatrics, a private occupational therapy, speech, and physical therapy practice in West Los Angeles. Adriane received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh and her graduate degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Southern California. Over the past 17 years, Adriane has worked with children who are gifted or twice exceptional, and for the past 4 years she has facilitated groups for parents of gifted children with Kasi Peters. Adriane is also the mother of four children, ages 13, 11, 9, and 2 years old, three of whom have been identified as highly to profoundly gifted.

Kasi Peters is a board-certified music therapist who has worked with a wide variety of children since 2002. She is co-author of The Individualized Music Therapy Assessment Profile. Kasi’s passion for understanding the social-emotional and academic needs of the gifted began upon meeting her husband 21 years ago. She spends much of her time researching and reading about the needs of gifted children and their families. Kasi has two children ages 10 and 6, both of whom have been identified as highly to profoundly gifted.