Bullying resources at your fingertips
Our Family Support Partners (FSPs) have noticed a huge uptick in calls about instances of bullying. If this wasn’t already heartbreaking enough many of these parents are having trouble getting their school districts to take it seriously. If you find yourself in a similar boat- we’ve got your back.
Check out the resources below that can be used to help you address bullying and if you want personalized one on one support give us a call!
Get your school to take bullying seriously.
5 steps to effectively advocate for a child that is being bullied tip sheet
If your child is being bullied chances are you are feeling overwhelmed. We know because many of the Parent Alliance team members have experience raising children who were bullied.
That is why we compiled a list of 5 concrete steps that you can take to ensure that your child’s experiences are being taken seriously, addressed, and coming to an end. This tip sheet will help your organize your thoughts, interactions and help you understand you and your child’s rights.
This tip sheet is also available in Spanish.
Let’s talk about bullying
“I have always been a tall guy. Growing up I was about 5-6 inches taller than the average kid my age. Now some may expect that big kid to be the bully, but my size is actually what got me bullied in the first place. Kids used to make fun of how big I was and I think it made them feel tougher picking on the biggest guy in the room like it gave them status or something. As a naive kid, I thought it was all fun and games at first but…”