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Now Accepting Speaker Proposals for SENG’s 2015 Annual Conference
Do you have a great idea for a session at the 2015 SENG Conference? Now... Read More »
SMPG Facilitator Training in Louisville
Facilitated by Molly Isaacs-McLeod and Edward Amend. Dec 5-6 at Univ of Louisville. Register now. Read More »

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December 11, 2014
Gifted 101
(Carolyn Kottmeyer)

New 2015 SENGinars Coming Soon!

The Role of Gifted Youth and Community in Creating Positive Solutions to the Trauma of Bullying
Presenters: Susan and Morgan Guess - See more at: http://www.sengifted.org/programs/senginars#sthash.yOo8HExE.dpuf
The Role of Gifted Youth and Community in Creating Positive Solutions to the Trauma of Bullying
Presenters: Susan and Morgan Guess - See more at: http://www.sengifted.org/programs/senginars#sthash.yOo8HExE.dpuf
SENG Model Parent Group (SMPG)
Parent Support Groups

SMPG Facilitator Trainings:

  • December 5-6, 2014 - Louisville, KY
  • January 15-16, 2015 - Denver, CO

New Online Parent Support Group Forming Soon!

Publications on Giftedness


NEW:
Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted: 30 Essays on Giftedness, 30 Years of SENG. Makes a great gift!

Paperback and e-book 

2012 Annual SENG Conference
SENG Annual Conference

SOAR (Seeking Opportunities and Resources) with SENG
July 24 - 26 (Denver, CO)
New, Expanded Children's Program!

Call for Presenter Proposals


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SENG's mission is to empower families and communities to guide gifted and talented individuals to reach their goals: intellectually, physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually. Become a Member | Donate to SENG

SENG Honor Roll

SENG is proud to honor educators who have demonstrated commitment to helping a gifted child.
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SENG seeks to inform gifted individuals, their families, and the professionals who work with them, about the unique social and emotional needs of gifted persons.

We support programs that foster in gifted individuals the mental health and social competence necessary for them to be free to choose ways to develop and express their abilities and talents fully.  With support, gifted individuals can develop abilities that enhance their own lives and the lives of others.  Without understanding and support, they may be inhibited in the development of their gifts and talents, which can result in significant negative personal and societal consequences.  SENG empowers caring families and communities to influence more positively and effectively the development of giftedness in those individuals entrusted to their care.

Is My Child Gifted?

SENG and the National Association for Gifted Children collaborated on this brochure to provide information to physicians and healthcare providers as well as to parents.


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