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Stage-Based Resources

Just Starting to Explore 2e

Need Assessment or other Resources

REEL/Parent Resource Advisors: Now What? The Road to Resources

REEL member suggestions for neuropsych assessment: Dr. Vivien Keil, Dr. Aileen Mosig, Summit Center

Help with School

College / Young Adult

Web Resources

2e News
With a mission to maintain a fruitful conversation among key stakeholders to improve the lives of gifted students with learning differences, 2e News provides readers with high-level information and perspectives about twice-exceptional (2e) education and cognitive diversity.

The 2e Center for Research and Professional Development at Bridges
The 2e Center is a first-of-its-kind multidisciplinary hub where professionals, scholars, and practitioners combine expertise to enhance understanding of the growing population of 2e students.

Belin-Blank Center
Interested to learn more about the “Paradox of Twice-Exceptionality”? The University of Iowa College of Education’s Belin-Blank Center provides free, downloadable resources.

Twice Exceptionality:  A Resource Guide for Parents
The Davidson Institute for Talent Development released this awesome, free resource guide covering everything from the definition of 2e to the school experience and advocacy.

Provides free, well-researched resources and videos to support parents of children with learning and attention issues, including those who are twice exceptional.

Bright & Quirky Summit
Bright & Quirky eases the struggle for bright and quirky kids and parents, helps them self-actualize with the help of experts in the fields of mental health and education, and inspires the hope that new ideas and possibilities bring. The Bright & Quirky Summit 2019 brought together 30 leaders in the field, including Temple Grandin, Dr. Dan Peters, and Dr. Susan Baum.

2e Resource 

Articles, advice from professionals, teaching strategies, newsletters and spotlight series, to help you better understand your twice-exceptional students and help them achieve success.

Bay Area Resources

Dr Kari Berquist Psychologist


Dr Toni Ratzburg Psychologist

Lamborn Advocacy Advocate

Myron Dang OT

InGym Open Gym OT Gym

Dr Lori Bond Psychologist

Summit Center Psychologists Dan Peters and Stephen Chou

Trenna Sutcliffe Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics

Social Thinking Social skills

Peninsula Associates Speech Therapy

Dr. Brendan Pratt Psychological Assessments

Morrissey Compton Diagnosis, treatment, consultations, educational therapy, skills groups, support,executive function coaching, tutoring, and advocacy Sue Garber M.A

CHC Neuropsych, evaluations, programs and treatment for ADHD, Learning Differences, Anxiety & Depression and Autism Dr. Keil

Sarah Norris, MS, Occupational Therapy Sensory challenges

Wheels of Wellness Consulting Behavioral assessment and consultation Heather Batalden

Parents Helping Parents  Nonprofit that supports, educates, and inspires families to build bright futures for loved ones with special needs.

Gifted Support Center Assessments and advice for gifted kids, school recommendations, Ann Smith

CAC / SELPA School advisory committee We support families of students with special education needs by providing forums for respectful interaction and communication between parents, the community, and the school district.

Nancy Kong  - Ed Therapist

Stacey Howard - Academic Support Services

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