Children with dyslexia and other learning disabilities are particularly susceptible to bullying, whether it’s physical, verbal, or digital bullying. The impact of bullying can be devastating, and it’s everyone’s responsibility—the bully’s, the victim’s, the bystander’s—to make sure that bullying stops. Learn more about what you can do as a parent.
- Kids will be kids and teasing is normal; they really don’t mean any harm.
- Just ignore it and it will go away.
- All you have to do is stand up for yourself.