Programs and approaches that work in schools, communities and homes to disable bullying.
Parents must be the primary managers and advocates of their child with special needs.
Although they may be targets, children who are bullied do not have to remain victims. With the appropriate tools and support systems in place, a child can be a part of changing the situation.
Stories ripped from the headlines from parents on their child’s experience with bullying.
How do we effectively suggest and implement better involvement between our students with special needs and their peers?