Gifted Resources for Parents

Parents of high achieving students often contact us with questions and concerns regarding how to best meet the academic and social/emotional needs of their students.  We welcome these inquiries and will do our best to provide you with resources. Below is a collection of some helpful resources for your gifted student:

The Davidson Institute  The Davidson Institute offers much-needed support to profoundly gifted young people through many programs and services.

Florida Association of the Gifted The Florida Association for the Gifted endeavors to inform, educate, and support schools and communities regarding quality policies and practices that prepare gifted students to meet the challenges of the future.

National Association for Gifted Children This website leads you to a wealth of knowledge about a gifted community, research, advocacy, and education.

Hoagies’ Gifted Education¬†This website refers to themselves as “All Things Gifted” and is a great resource for parents, teachers, gifted students, and adults.

Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted  SENG is a nonprofit organization that empowers families and communities to guide gifted and talented individuals to reach their goals intellectually, physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually.

Young MENSA  Young Mensans are one of the fastest-growing segments of Mensa’s membership. There are thousands of YM’s across the nation, and Mensa offers programs and services specifically designed to meet their unique needs.

The MindFULL Me  An organization dedicated to helping all individuals regardless of age, race, ethnicity, or mental state. This website includes resources with stress reducing links for students, TED talks and other links for all individuals to have a better and healthier lifestyle by introducing stress relieving activities that will increase ones daily livelihood.

Duke TIP Program The Duke TIP program offers a variety of resources to support academically talented students, their families, and educators, including original research.