Monday, November 6, 2017, 7PM ET
This presentation explains neuropsychological assessment measures, and their uses and limits in the identification of giftedness and multiple exceptionalities. Participants will walk away with knowledge of assessment measures used in private practice and school based evaluations. Participants will also understand how developmental weaknesses, learning disabilities, and giftedness can skew scores
Presenter Bio: Dr. Lisa Hancock
Dr. Lisa Hancock earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and is a registered Psychological Assistant at Summit Center where she provides neuropsychological assessments, counseling, and therapy to children, teens, families, and adults. She specializes in working with twice-exceptional individuals, as well as with those who are highly gifted; is certified by SENG as a parent support group Trainer and Master Facilitator; serves on the Application Review Team for PG Retreat; is a proposal reader for the NAGC; and speaks regularly at local, state, and national gifted conferences. Dr. Hancock is the co-founder of the California Gifted Network where she works with administrators to design and implement educational and social programming for gifted children; provides teacher in-service training; and conducts parent education workshops.
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