Being gifted opened a lot of doors for this woman with autism, but she says not all of them were ones she should have walked through.
Which supports, if any, are most beneficial to twice-exceptional students with autism? The results aren’t clear.
Some gifted students are clearly bright but don’t do well in school. What keeps them from performing in line with their apparent potential?
Dr. Danika Maddocks’s research offers critical recommendations for parents and educators who are supporting twice-exceptional kids.