They’re always your child, but now they are an adult. How does your relationship change and evolve in a positive way? We’ll talk about strategies for communicating with your gifted adult children and what you can learn from each other. Join us for shared stories, collective wisdom, less frustration, and more laughter.
Join other parents and caregivers of gifted and multi-exceptional children in a facilitated discussion led by seasoned guides. Share the joys and challenges unique to parenting bright, intense, and often perplexing young humans in a safe, judgement-free space. Topics will be chosen by the group from a curated list.
Adulting is hard, even when you've been at it for a while. Gifted and 2e adults often don't have a welcoming space in which they can share the ups and downs of being a smart, quirky person in a world that doesn't always get our jokes. Framed by weekly topics, this discussion series is all about celebrating yourself and the other gifted adults in your life.
Caring for a gifted elder can be one of the most heartbreaking, rewarding, and transformative endeavors of our lives. It's hard to talk about how we support a loved one who is failing, either physically or mentally. The desire to protect their dignity often keeps us silent at a time when we need community and support. Whether you are in the midst of caring for a loved one or have been a caregiver in the past, this is a warm and welcoming place to seek and share advice and commiseration from others who have been there.
When we have a Caregiver Conversation section scheduled, we'll post it on the Contact Me page and in Calendly. Feel free to sign up for a waiting list by filling out the contact form and specifying which section you are interested in – parenting, adulting, or caring for an elder. We'll email you when the next Conversation is scheduled.
Groups will meet weekly for 90 minutes and will be scheduled for 4 to 8 consecutive weeks.