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Anti-bullying Resources

It’s all too common among children in general, and the special needs population in specific: bullying. One of the scariest things, to me, about my child with special needs is the fact that he cannot tell me if he is being bullied. Not only do I question whether or not he’d recognize bullying, I don’t think he’d make the connection that he should tell me about it. Getting him to tell me about his school day is like pulling teeth. It terrifies me that he is unable or unwilling to tell me about parts of his day.

Our friend, Olivia, has brought these great resources to our attention. N2Y is a great site for social stories and other information:

 

 

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