Our Gifted Elders: A Call to Advocacy

Gifted elders are as much in need of specialized services as are gifted children. Caregivers in residential and nursing care facilities, assisted living facilities, and in other eldercare settings need to differentiate environments in order to address the essential needs of gifted elderly individuals. This SENGinar will address the psycho social characteristics of gifted elders and propose an advocacy plan for ensuring their continued well being and self-agency.

Date, Time, Cost

Tuesday, November 10, 2015
7.30PM EST – 9.00PM EST
Fee: $30.00 for SENG Members; $40.00 for Non-Members
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About the Presenters

Joy L. Navan, Ph.D., is professor emeritus of Murray State University and president of Navan Consultation Services. She provides services in Spanish and English to gifted children and their families through assessments and educational planning. Currently, Dr. Navan is pursuing a degree leading to licensure in Clinical Psychology and plans to counsel gifted adults. Dr. Navan served on the Kentucky Advisory Council, was board member for both the Kentucky Association for Gifted Education and Kentucky Odyssey of the Mind, and is a past SENG Director. She is the author of Nurturing the Gifted Female: A Guide for Educators and Parents.

View the Recording

The webinar was recorded live on November 10, 2015. Everyone who registers for a live SENGinar will have access to the event within approximately one week of the live presentation. To receive your membership discount; use the code you received when you initiated membership. For assistance with your membership discount, call the SENG Office at (844) 488-SENG or email us at [email protected]. Be advised that SENG is unable to refund webinar registrations. Discounts do not apply to Continuing Education webinars or pre-recorded SENGinars.

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