My name is Megan Foley Nicpon, and I am a licensed clinical psychologist and Supervisor of Psychological Services at the Belin-Blank Center’s Assessment and Counseling Clinic. A few weeks ago, I led a parent seminar for The Davidson Institute Parents entitled, “Meeting the Diverse Needs of Twice-exceptional Students: What Parents Need to Know.” The following “Tips for Parents” will highlight the main topic areas covered in the seminar.
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