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1. Self-Advocacy for Gifted Teens
This blog highlights various important considerations and skills that teenagers can apply to encourage their development of self-advocacy skills. In addition to related articles and a list of informative websites, four simple steps to self-advocacy are presented to help develop self-advocacy skills.

Books and Videos

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I'll Give you The Sun
This story takes you into the lives of twins, Jude and Noah, as they learn valuable lessons about friendship, family, love, and acceptance. Be prepared to laugh, cry, and wonder with these characters through their story.
The Elegance of the Hedgehog
Renee Michel is smart, but doesn’t want anyone to know it! When she befriends a young gifted girl the two are suddenly faced with challenges that will teach them how to see beauty in their lives.
Paper Towns
Quentin Jacobsen is in love with his neighbor, and through this love, he is about to embark on a most intriguing journey and discover what it means to truly know someone. This thought-provoking book is sure to be a great addition to the book collection of any gifted teen.
My Thirteenth Winter: A Memoir
This memoir explores the life of a teenager with a learning disability in math. As school becomes more challenging, Samantha must confront her own disability and through the process, learn to accept herself.
ADHD in HD: Brains Gone Wild 
This book is a collection of advice and stories highlighting the joys and challenges of living with ADHD. Written especially for teens and young adults, this collection of anecdotes and tips is sure to resonate with young people learning to navigate life while working through the challenges brought on by ADHD.