The Bright & Quirky Child
Online Summit: April 25-30
Strategies to help your bright child thrive, even with focus, learning, social, emotional or behavioral challenges.
Meet Your Presenters
For parents of gifted, differently wired, and twice exceptional (2e) kids
What does twice exceptional (2e) mean?
Being 2e means that you have two (or more) exceptions to the ‘norm.’ Most commonly this means having high intellectual potential and some challenge that gets in the way of accessing that potential. 2e kids often have symptoms of diagnoses such as ADHD, learning disabilities like dyslexia, high functioning autism, anxiety, depression or oppositional defiant disorder.
The result is that a lot of kids feel like square pegs in round holes which can lead to anxiety, irritability, frustration and low self-esteem. For parents, this can lead to sleepless nights, second guessing, and feeling frustrated, overwhelmed and alone.
Strategies to Help Your Differently Wired Child Thrive
That’s why we’ve gathered together the experts in the field of 2e and neurodiversity to bring you the best ideas and strategies available.
A flourishing life is not just about remediating weaknesses.
A happy, successful, whole life is about developing strengths, passions and talents and having the tools to cope and manage life’s curve balls, together with a community who gets it.
The Bright & Quirky Online Summit
Day 1: Understanding Your Bright & Quirky Child
Day 2: Managing Anger and Intensity
Day 3: Navigating School and Learning Challenges
Day 4: Strategies for Motivation and Organization
Day 5: Ideas for Anxiety and Social Awkwardness
Day 6: Balancing Screens & Video Game Use
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the conference free?
The Bright & Quirky Child Online Summit runs for 6 days, beginning April 25th, 2018. Content will be free to the public each day for 24 hours. There will be approximately 3-5 talks per day.
Can I access the conference after the talks expire?
Yes! After the talks expire, an All Access Pass will be available for purchase for those who would like access to the video and audio recordings indefinitely.
How solid is the information presented?
Richard Lavoie, renowned learning disabilities expert, had this to say about our lineup of speakers:
There is so much “junk science” and “questionable practices” available for parents on the internet. They get bombarded with it daily. Confusion reigns. I commend you for gathering a Dream Team of competent, experienced professionals to provide struggling parents with the guidance they need.
What Are People Saying?
"Wow, what a treat. I am the mum of a twice exceptional kid who is really struggling at this particular time. I honestly appreciate this opportunity!"
"Wow this looks amazing - is there a flyer you could send me to put up in my offices?"
"Thank you for all the work you do to bring this kind of support to the 2e community! It’s truly invaluable."
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