Supporting families of gifted and
twice-exceptional children across Victoria

We're here for you

We create everyday opportunities for gifted and twice-exceptional children, and their families, to connect and feel supported.

We help families to thrive and for gifted kids to belong in their community.

Resources, events and activities to help families of gifted children thrive.

Resources and information for educators to support gifted children.

Events and activities

Join us for events and activities to help kids meet like-minded peers.

Find all the latest events here.

Find out about the kinds of activities we run here.

Join our network

Become a member and get peer support for families. We meet for coffee mornings, family dinners and online catch-ups. There are a range of benefits for becoming a member, find out more here.

Typical traits of giftedness

  • Rapid learning rate

  • Excellent Memory

  • Early attainment of developmental milestones

  • Early and extensive vocabulary

  • Long attention span when interested or challenged

  • Highly developed curiosity

  • Divergent thinking

  • Highly creative

  • Vivid imagination

  • Unusual sense of humour

  • Emotional intensity and sensitivity

  • Perfectionism

  • High activity level

  • Decreased need for sleep

  • Strong sense of justice

  • Preference for older aged companions

What does twice-exceptional mean?

Many gifted people also have some form of disability. This may be a physical or sensory disability, or a form of neurodivergence, like ADHD or autism.

This is called being twice-exceptional, or 2e.

Many people who are twice-exceptional need additional support, especially in education settings.

You'll find more detailed information on the various traits of giftedness here.