Savannah Behavioral Pediatrics (SBP) offers comprehensive psychological assessment, psychoeducational evaluations, and developmental assessment. Among the evaluations they offer are: behavioral assessment to evaluate interfering behaviors, comprehensive specific learning disorder evaluations, and gifted and talented assessment to help tailor instruction.

SMPG offers gifted testing and evaluations to children in the greater Miami area. They administer the WISC-V, WPPSI-VI, or the Woodcock Johnson-IV and, upon completion of the IQ test, parents/caregivers are provided with a comprehensive report detailing test results and recommendations.

STAR Institute is the premier treatment, research and education center for children and adults with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). This includes feeding disorders and other disorders with sensory issues such as autism and ADHD.

Summit Center provides educational and psychological assessments, consultation, and treatment for children, their parents, and families. Summit works with all kids – including those who are gifted, those with learning challenges, and those who are both gifted and have challenges.

This presentation by Carolyn Kottmeyer of Hoagie’s Gifted goes through different tests used to identify giftedness, how to interpret scores, levels of giftedness, how to test students with learning disabilities, and recommended resources.

The Center for Connection’s integrative, collaborative network of independent professionals represents a unique model in direct response to the needs expressed by families. CFC’s connection-based model is based on providing more comprehensive services for families, with independent professionals ranging from psychotherapy to parent education to neuropsychological assessments, from physical health and educational therapy to occupational therapy, and more.

The Gifted Child Society (TGCS) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing unique enrichment programs and services to gifted children in preschool, elementary school, middle school, and beyond. Since its inception in 1957, TGCS has served nearly 70,000 gifted children in New Jersey and its surrounding areas. The United States Department of Education has named TGCS a national demonstration model.

The Gifted Resource Center of New England is located in Providence, RI and serves the needs of gifted children, adolescents and their families. The Center offers clinical psychological and educational services in assessment, psychotherapy, curriculum design, school consultation and teacher in-service. They also offer articles, resource lists, and suggested readings.

The Global Center for Gifted and Talented Children offers a broad spectrum of services for gifted children, parents and specialists involved in Gifted Education. Services include psychological and pedagogical consultancy, diagnosis and coaching. They specialize in teacher training, can organize workshops, projects and lectures to meet the school’s needs in gifted education.

As a grown up gifted kid herself, Dr. Aimee Yermish definitely “gets it.” She coupled her lifetime of personal experience with a doctorate in psychology to build a highly successful practice working primarily with gifted and twice exceptional individuals. Drawing on her analytical background as a scientist and practical background as a teacher, she focuses on building self-understanding, self-regulation, and range of choice in life.

The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity (YCDC) is the preeminent source of cutting-edge research, informed advocacy and trustworthy resources to help those with dyslexia reach their full potential. The Center’s tools and resources are used widely by parents, educators and those with dyslexia to advocate for greater recognition and support for dyslexic children and adults. YCDC builds awareness in all communities and mobilizes grassroots efforts to close the reading achievement gap for all students, including low-income students of color, through policies that help dyslexic children succeed. The Center also showcases the remarkable success stories of adults with dyslexia, including writers, scientists, celebrities, and government and business leaders. YCDC was founded in 2006 by Drs. Sally and Bennett Shaywitz, world-renowned physician-scientists and leaders in the field of dyslexia research and diagnosis. Dr. Sally Shaywitz is the author of Overcoming Dyslexia, the seminal book on understanding and supporting those with dyslexia.

Dr. Grace Malonai and others at TheraThrive specialize in counseling gifted adults, teens and children, and their parents in the San Francisco Bay Area through issues of high sensitivity, overexcitabilities, twice exceptionality, perfectionism, and other gifted traits.

The goal of this site is to help the millions of parents whose children, ages 3–20, are struggling with learning and attention issues, including those who are also gifted. They post well-researched, practical information, daily expert advice, and offer a secure community where parents can trade tips and experiences with other parents like them.

Veronica Johnson at Envision Counseling Clinic administers IQ tests to assess the full range of learning needs, including children with intellectual strengths that may benefit from higher-level work (e.g. gifted) and children with intellectual challenges that may require specific intervention (e.g. intellectual disability or specific learning disability). She is based out of Castle Rock, CO.

Dr. Newsom offers comprehensive assessments for a wide range of problems from early childhood through adult. One of his specialties is assessment of neurodevelopmental disorders as well as assessment for Gifted and Talented students. He is based in Austin, Texas.

West LA Neuropsychology, PC specializes in the neuropsychological assessments of children and adults. In addition to offering gifted IQ testing and evaluation, Dr. Wilson conducts school observations, consultations about educational planning, participation in IEP meetings, and more.