Every year on February 25, we observe Pink Shirt Day. This special day helps us draw attention to anti-bullying initiatives across the country. On Wednesday we can all wear a pink shirt to take a stand against bullying.
Those with communication disorders may be at an increased risk for bullying, making this an especially important day for us. Being the victim of bullying is traumatic and can have long-lasting effects. It is critical for us to prevent or identify bullying early to allow children to flourish. Please follow the links below for helpful information on bullying education.
More information on signs of bullying.
More information on what to do about bullying.
More information on preventing bullying.
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