Welcome to ABC Ontario!
Sunday, October 14, 2018
Hosted by ABC Ontario | Co-sponsored by SENG www.sengifted.org
Multiple break out sessions.
Concurrent workshops for children.
ABC Ontario AGM during lunch break.
Topics Include: Multiple Exceptionalities (2E), Well-being, Bullying, At Risk Gifted Students, Anxiety, Trauma, Motivation, Procrastination, Atypical Neurology, Creativity, Sex-Ed for Gifted Students, Social Emotional Development, High Achievers & Under-Achievers, Self-Care for Gifted Children & Adults, Advocacy and more.
Ontario Science Centre
1090 Don Mills Rd
Advance registration required for conference attendance.
Children's Programme provided by ABC Ontario in tandem with the Ontario Science Centre.
At least one parent / guardian must be registered for the conference in order for any children to register.
(Use the link above.)
Kids conference has been organized by our ABC Ontario London & Area Chapter volunteers.
Registration for this Toronto event is hosted on the London, Ontario Chapter website.
Saturday, October 13th, 2018
Starting at 9:00am (Check-in 8:30am)
First Canadian Place 100 King St W Toronto ON M5X 1A9
Advance Registration required through SENGifted.org
Spots are very limited! Reserve yours today.
Further description of Seng Model Parent Group Facilitator Training here.
This training is open to all parents, does not require any prior experience and will provide valuable insight into parenting your gifted child(ren).
As a professional certification course, SMPG training will also be of interest to professionals, therapists and educators.
Training will run till approximately 7pm as determined by the course facilitator.
The balance of course hours required for certification will be completed online.
The Association for Bright Children of Ontario / Société pour enfants doués et surdoués de l'Ontario is an all-volunteer, provincially incorporated registered charity, with many chapters across Ontario. It is dedicated to providing information, advocacy and support to parents of bright and gifted children and adolescents through newsletters, networking, an annual conference and local workshops. It offers the parents' voice to local school boards, educators, professional groups and the Ontario Ministry of Education.