Bully Vaccine Toolkit Lesson 7 – Getting Help

This entry is part 7 of 9 in the series The Bully Vaccine Toolkit


  Getting Help

Happy Boy who is free of bullyingWhen it comes to dealing with a bullying situation, know that you aren’t alone. Even if you have tried to get the school to help you in the past and it didn’t work, that doesn’t mean that the school doesn’t care or won’t help you. It is just nearly impossible for them to get bullying to stop once it is established.

They key to being successful is being realistic. Often when parents first report problems they expect the school to magically make the problem disappear. It doesn’t work that way. You can’t just report something and have it stop. It takes time and a concerted effort by not just the school, but also by your child over a period of time to get a bullying situation under control. As frustrated as you may be, you need to give them an opportunity to help you properly now that your expectations are more realistic.

This unit includes advice and tactics you can use to help mobilize the resources of the school and community to help your child.

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