Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Being an Advocate against Bullying

Most teens don’t like to see bullying, especially of students with disabilities, but they may not know what to do when it happens. Peer advocacy is an effective approach that enables students to speak out on behalf of others, and protect those targeted by bullying. PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center has developed a new PeerAdvocacy Guide that offers a variety of intervention strategies that can be tailored for specific bullying situations. The 32-page booklet explores how to address bullying of students with disabilities by engaging, educating, and empowering their peers with advocacy skills.

Click here to acess the guide:

****Is your child having a problem with bullying in school?  Do you need more information about bullying and the law?  Please contact Family Matters at 866-436-7842 and speak with one of our Information Specialists!  We can answer your questions!

For Illinois residents: We also have some valuable handouts on bullying that we can send you for free.  Additionally, we have many wonderful books on bullying available from our lending library.  Just give us a call!

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