Study: Bullies more likely to ostracize children with disabilities

05/6/2009 | Disability Scoop

Students with disabilities may be at greater risk of being bullied than other children, according to a study. "It is essential that parents, educators and clinicians regularly ask children with special needs about their social experiences and reassure them that any problems will be effectively addressed," said researcher Dr. Kimberly Twyman of the Medical University of South Carolina.

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