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If you are concerned about your deaf child and bullying, have a look at our free resources for parents, teachers, and young people.
Watch 16-year-old profoundly deaf Ammaar tells us his four tips for deaf children and young people who are being bullied.
13-year-old profoundly deaf Aisha struggled to settle into secondary school and was picked on by her classmates. Now, with a change of school she’s back on track and happier than ever.
Jacqui watched her daughter Aliyah, 13, struggle to overcome the challenges of deafness and cerebral palsy, and endure being bullied. A new school and NDCS holidays helped her find new confidence.
Moderately deaf Hayley, 16, has been thriving at catering college, but what will she do now a bully from her old school has turned up?
Do you receive our Families emails? We send emails with age-specific information on topics such as bullying and communication every month. You need to be a member to receive them, but it’s quick, and completely free, to sign-up. Or get in touch to update your email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anti-Bullying Week in England is coordinated by the Anti-Bullying Alliance and takes place every year in November. Visit www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk for more information.