Raising square pegs in a world full of round holes
Kasi will be discussing some of the challenges as well as thrills of going off the beaten path. For homeschoolers, we already know that one size does not fit all. Kasi has discovered the rewards of allowing her children to have autonomy over their lives, and her children have flourished when they did not have to fit into neurotypical boxes.
Kasi Ann Peters
Kasi is a board-certified music therapist with 20 years of experience working in pediatric music therapy. She has co-authored the Individualized Music Therapy Assessment Protocol, and is co-author of a number of chapters in different music therapy books. Kasi holds a certificate in Gifted and Talented Education through University of California Irvine and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Gifted Homeschoolers Forum, Gro Gifted, and Profoundly Gifted Retreat. As a SENG-Model Parent Group Master Facilitator, Kasi co-facilitates support groups for families raising gifted children. Her efforts in this area were recognized as she was presented with the 2017 SMPG Facilitator of the Year award. She lives in Culver City with her husband and two amazing children.
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You are invited to a Zoom webinar. (Link leads to the event in the GHF Forum – Member Content)
When: Feb 12, 2021 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Expert Series Parents – Kasi Ann Peters – Raising square pegs in a world full of round holes
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