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Free Webinar: Is Your Child the Target of Bullying?

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What is bullying? What are the warning signs? How can I help my child? How do I inform the school that my child is being bullied? These questions and many more will be answered during this webinar on July 18, 2018.

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Hosted by Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center (PEATC), this workshop offers intervention strategies for parents of children with disabilities who may be the target of bullying at school. Participants will learn how to: identify types of bullying, develop strategies to prevent bullying, identify responses to bullying, talk to their child about bullying, obtain help from professionals, and find out about disability harassment laws.

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Although this webinar is free, pre-registration is required.

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