Wed. Nov. 5–Don’t miss your “What Parents Need to Know about Smart Kids”

Your Challenge Parents Association free fall lecture is this Wednesday, Nov. 5!

Austina De Bonte
President, NW Gifted Child Association
“What Parents Need to Know About Smart Kids”

Wednesday, November 5, 2014
6:00 pm
Terrace Park Elementary, Commons
5409 228th St SW | Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

Note: This CPA lecture is a free preview of Austina’s upcoming half-day workshop where she will expand on many of these insightful understandings.

Past attendees say
“This presentation was a true eye opener”
greatly changed my perspective”
“amazed at how many things applied to my daughter”
“helped me to better understand not only my child, but myself”
“I learned so much – despite the reading I’d already done
Satisfaction Ratings 4.8/5.0, 100% would recommend to a friend

Many parents are surprised to learn that their child’s unique “quirks”are actually well-studied social & emotional behavior patterns that appear across large populations of highly intelligent children. Whether it’s refusing to wear shirts with buttons or tags, overreacting to the slightest criticism, gravitating towards adults and older children, anxiety about trying something new, or preferring a book to a party, these and many other perplexing behaviors are common in this population. Learn what’s normal, what to expect as they grow, and why HiCap school programs are optimal for kids’ social and emotional development, as well as developing their academic talents, from the elementary years all the way to high school.

Presented by Austina De Bonte, President, NW Gifted Child Association. (