Finding Mentors – an excerpt from Writing Your Own Script

WYOS mentors

Following is an excerpt on Finding Mentors from Writing Your Own Script:  A Parent’s Role in the Gifted Child’s Social Development by Corin Barsily Goodwin and Mika Gustavson, MFT   ~~~~~~ Adults, young adults, and older youths can be great resources for gifted and 2e children. Many older people are thrilled to … Continue reading

GHF Press Books Now Available Worldwide!

books available worldwide

GHF strives to support and advocate on behalf of gifted and twice-exceptional families throughout the world. Our online global presence gives families and professionals access to timely information about the issues and needs facing this unique population through our online community, free brochures, blog hops, articles, online classes, and so … Continue reading

Interview with the author of “Twice Exceptional: Smart Kids with Learning Differences”

So many people really have no idea what it means to be twice exceptional, much less that a child with learning differences or disabilities can be gifted, too. So we produced a brochure to help you explain it to others. It’s called Twice Exceptional: Smart Kids with Learning Differences, and it’s … Continue reading

Free for Kindle this weekend! “How to Work and Homeschool”

One of GHF Press’ best-selling books, How to Work and Homeschool: Practical Advice, Tips, and Strategies from Parents, is free for Kindle, this weekend, February 28 through March 2, 2014. Written by Pamela Price, of Red, White & Grew, How to Work and Homeschool addresses one of the big concerns of families who want to … Continue reading

GHF’s blog community nurtures bloggers, builds online audiences

By Pamela Price Homeschooling a gifted/2e child can be challenging, but writing and blogging about that topic can also be fraught with peril.  In a sea of ever-expanding, competitive parenting blogs, new bloggers may find it difficult to establish an audience—especially if they focus on a niche topic. On top … Continue reading