Free Webinar Replay: “My Child Is Being Bullied at School!”
Michele Borba, Ed.D., provides serious strategies for protecting students with ADHD from bullies.
Children with ADHD are often prime targets for school bullies — in class, at lunch, and during recess. They may draw a bully’s attention by receiving classroom accommodations, exhibiting weak social skills, or just being “different.” Kids who are bullied often come to dread going to school; they also suffer low self-esteem, grades, and academic performance. In other words, this is a serious problem.
In this webinar, Michele Borba, Ed.D., will provide serious information and solutions, such as:
1. Why bullying must be shut down immediately
2. Why children with ADHD often fall victim to bullies
3. The hidden dangers of bullying on kids’ emotional and mental well-being
4. Why empathy is the best antidote to bullying
5. Signs that your child may be the victim of bullying
6. Six strategies to end bullying
7. Signs that your child may be a bully
Meet the Expert Speaker:
Dr. Michele Borba is an internationally recognized educational psychologist and an expert in parenting, bullying, and character development. She is also a former special education teacher and mom of three. Dr. Borba is the author of 22 books, her latest, released this June, is UnSelfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-About-Me World. The book’s content is the basis for her webinar today. You can find out more about Dr. Borba on her website, micheleborba.com. or follow her on twitter @micheleborba.
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This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on July 27, 2016.
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