Learn about our program. More classes, more subjects than ever! Our small online classes provide abundant opportunities for interaction between students and instructors.Our classes offer students the opportunity to learn advanced, interdisciplinary content without being overburdened by heavy workload demands. GHF Online is 2e-friendly and willing to work with you to make reasonable accommodations for your child’s individual needs.
See our schedule and then register!
Who is GHF?
We appreciate your support. If you’re not already a supporting member, please join. If you own a business, consider becoming an institutional member. We offer different levels of membership to fit your budget. And don’t forget to check with your or your partner’s employer. Many companies offer matching funds for donations to non-profit organizations, like GHF.
If you are already a supporting or institutional member, thank you. Now, won’t you please consider sending in an additional tax-deductible donation? Your financial gift will support GHF’s worldwide outreach and advocacy on behalf of the gifted and 2e community.
Spotlight on Guest Posts
How comprehensive evaluations can help you find out why. – Dan Peters, Ph.D
A kid with a social communication disorder…can struggle to connect with other kids; the repercussions can be devastating and long-lasting – Sarah C. Wayland, Ph.D
Have You Seen GHF’s Amazon Store?
Start your online shopping at the GHF Amazon Store.
GHF has served the gifted/2e community for 10 years.
Now, imagine the next ten years without GHF….
If you enjoy the resources we make available at little to no cost, please consider making a donation of $10 for 10 more years of GHF services, information, and support.
Listen to how GHF has affected the lives of people in this community.
Having trouble explaining “twice exceptional” to the people in your child’s life? Take a look at our new, FREE downloadable brochure,
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Finding Your Community
It’s so important to find others with whom you can relate. We all need support, especially when we are parenting outliers – or if we are outliers ourselves!
Here’s what some of our favorite bloggers have to say about their experiences in seeking or creating communities.