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Anne Jackson: Frankston & Peninsula Transcultural Network Meeting + CHIP Forum

Kids Like Us’ Co-founder and Director of Education, Anne Jackson, will be appearing at two brilliant events tonight (Tuesday, May 2nd) and tomorrow night, (Wednesday, May 3rd). At both of these events, Anne will be promoting awareness and knowledge of twice-exceptionality, and sharing her experiences of how to support those like the young people we work with.

Tonight’s event details

What: ‘The person is not the problem, the problem is the problem’ – Narrative Therapy in the context of Giftedness and Twice Exceptional Children. Anne will be sharing her insights and experiences from her work with ‘Kids Like Us’.

When: Tuesday 2nd May, 18:00 (6pm) – 20:00 (8pm)

Where: headspace Frankston, 62 Playne Street, Frankston

Bookings: https://goo.gl/forms/rArdn6s7Ok71BCPr1

Tomorrow’s event details

What: “Twice Exceptional” with Anne Jackson. This forum will address what can be done to support the child who is able or even gifted but who potentially struggles with physical differences, ASD, reading, math, ADHD, mental health issues or other differences that makes the academic system see them as merely ‘average’.

When: Wednesday 3rd May, 19:00 (7pm) – 20:20 (8:20pm)

Where: The Auditorium, Kardinia International College, Bell Post Hill

Cost: $10 Members / $5 Students / $15 Non-members (no refunds on credits)

Bookings: http://chipcentregeelong.com.au/

Other information: Attendance certificates are available on request for teachers and students.