Where can you have an almost 2 year old tested to see if they are gifted and talented?
At daycare he always has to have everything in a certain order, he acts somewhat anxious at times and we think he is having trouble channeling his intelligence. He is very organized and already feeds the dog on his own at home and many other things that you would not expect from a child who is not quite 2 yet.
We would probably need to know in which country you live?
State too, if in the USA.
Everyone born ... Is Gifted ...
The first is the Gift of Life ... then come all other Gifts ... as people tend to see; people.
Do not subject your child to any kind of Testings by half baked Psychologists ... For it will leave many unwanted impressions, on the child's impressionable mind ...
If your child is Gifted ... in the sense you see a Gift ... then you will see it, in the child's doings ... in due course of time.
You do not have him or her tested. AT two years old, most children amaze us at what they can achieve. You do not want some half-baked psychiatrist or psychoanalysis done on this child as it will disrupt his lifestyle. He is special already , and I know this as you. God makes all of us special and it's better to just let it ride and see how the child copes before you get the psychiatric community in there and possibly drug him or her all up, because of some disorder. I have seen it happen with my child, and others. It's not all that bad, yet if your truly gifted in ways others are not, live with it, and if you cannot, then get the help.He sounds "Autistic" and that is not bad, possibly normal as you and I are though. I am ADHD with Autism..lol
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