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Last week, nearly 200 educators, community organizers, and youth leaders participated in the 2014 Federal Bullying Prevention Summit in Washington, D.C. A talented group of youth advocates organized focus groups and activities to address important bullying prevention challenges, from what’s working to areas that need improvement. Here are just a few snapshots from the Summit. To learn more about federal bullying prevention efforts, visit http://www.stopbullying.gov!
Spending 15 minutes a day listening and talking with your child can help build the foundation for a strong relationship and provide reassurance that he/she can come to you with a problem. It can also help your child recognize and respond to bullying.
KnowBullying, a new mobile app by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), can help get the conversation started among parents and their children. The app provides tips on talking about school, work, relationships, life, and bullying. Learn more.