Meeting the Needs of the Profoundly Gifted

Profoundly gifted kids have different, but very real, special needs. Intellectually advanced kids can have trouble making friends and, if not challenged at school, can become bored and disruptive. Here's what you can do to help them thrive.
  

Published: 03/08/2011

by Susan Flynn


Keywords   Gifted and Talented   Gifted   Profoundly Gifted   IQ   Special Needs  
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