Children with autism are more likely to be bullied, poll shows

03/27/2012 | United Press International

A survey of almost 1,200 parents of children with autism spectrum disorder showed that 63% of the children experienced being bullied at some point in their lives. Researchers noted that children and teens ages 6 to 15 were more prone to bullying at each grade level, but the highest incidence of bullying happened between fifth and eighth grades.

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