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What To Do When Your Child is Bullied


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Is your child being bullied? Or does he know of a friend who is being bullied–or is the bully? Children affected by ADHD often get caught up in bullying situations and need adults’ help in bringing an end to the problem.

Children affected by ADHD often struggle with social skills, which can make them a target of bullying. Children being bullied need protection and help learning good social skills. Communities and parents can help by encouraging children to be inclusive, while also recognizing that any child can become a bully.

Watch What To Do When Your Child With ADHD Is Bullied to learn what you can do to help young people resolve bullying and build healthy friendships.


This article appeared in ADHD Weekly on December 07, 2017.
     


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