Students with special needs receive anti-bullying training

09/19/2011 | Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.), The

Zach's Place, an after-school and respite-care center in Colorado is providing specialized anti-bullying training to students with special needs. Classes focus on teaching students the skills they need to deflect and cope with bullying and recognize dangerous situations. "While any kid may be vulnerable to bullying and abuse, research tells us that people with disabilities are particularly susceptible," said Jan Isaacs Henry, executive director of Kidpower of Colorado Springs, which helped provide the training.

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