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Parents' Guide to Bullying:
What to do
If you are the parent, grandparent, or other caregiver of a child who is bullied, or if you want to learn what to do before your child is bullied, this new guide is for you!
It covers what to do to prepare in advance, just in case. The information is handy even if your child isn't being bullied, or is never bullied. Being organized will help you be less stressed!
The guide covers how to handle matters with your child's school...how to document, and what to document. Documentation will detail the all-important who, what, when, and where. It will be handy when you meet with school officials, and if it comes down to legal proceedings.
The guide also discusses how you should behave around a child who has been bullied. Too often, bullied kids are more stressed when the situation seems to take over the life of the family.
You will learn what you need to know in advance, such as the anti-bullying laws that your state may have, and any anti-bullying policies or behavior contracts that your school may have. It is imperative that you read and understand the documents, and to make sure that your child reads and understands them as well.
No legal advice is given in this guide. Laws are different from state to state. The guide is 12 pages of information that will help you to know how to go about discussing the matter with your child's school, how to document, what to document, and much more.
The cost is being kept low because I know that parents already have other expenses when they are hit with a bullying situation...losing income for taking time off from a job, perhaps medical, psychological, and legal costs, and so on.
The guide is a 12 page Word Document that will be emailed to you upon notification of payment made. It is just $5.00!
To order the 12 page guide, click here A Parents Guide to Bullying: What to do
|$1.00 of every sale of this guide goes to Bullypolice.org, in order to continue the work of helping bullied kids!|