Tiffany Chaiko and Bryan Mischler, moderated by Barry Gelston
Bryan and Tiffany share amazing stories of human potential by neurodiverse individuals in the hopes that we can learn from the successes of others, and reflecting on the commonalities that make them so.
Bryan and Tiffany would like to invite you to explore stories of hope for your 2E journey. Bryan has had the blessed opportunity to work with and study a variety of amazing professionals, programs, families, and neurodiverse individuals. These individuals are creating innovative projects in the field of 2E and neurodiversity. They will share some inspiring stories of human potential in the hopes that we can learn from the successes of others, while reflecting on the common trends that make them so. You will learn how to recognize the hallmarks of good support programs and professionals when you require outside help, as well as how to create your own fun, engaging ways to support your neurodivergent child via their strengths. “Our strengths lead to our passions and in these passions, we often find islands of genius”- Dr. Darold Treffert.
Presenter: Bryan Mischler is a Licensed clinical social worker and a psychotherapist working with neurodiverse individuals, Bryan has worked in the field of neurodiversity for the past 26 years and had the wonderful opportunity to be mentored by Dr. Darold Treffert for the past 10 years, at the renowned Treffert Center.
Co-Presenter Tiffany Chaiko is a doctoral student at Bridges Graduate School, a private learning coach, and a parent of two twice-exceptional children. She has more than 30 years of professional experience and a Master’s degree with distinction in Education in Educational leadership from Hawaii Pacific University. Interests include twice-exceptionality, design thinking.
Please join us for this event!
You are invited to a Zoom Session for The GHF Gifted Home Education Conference: Celebrating the Gifted / 2e Family. (Link leads to the event in the GHF Forum – Member Content)
When: Sunday June 5, 2022 9:45am Pacific / 12:45pm Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: Sunday: Start with the Heart: A Strengths-Based Approach to Supporting Your Neurodivergent Child
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