Bullying differs based on type of disability

New research suggests that incidents of bullying and other harassment targeting kids with disabilities vary depending on what sort of special needs a child has. A study looking at the experiences of 791 young people ages 10 to 20 across the country found that those with learning disabilities were more likely to experience in-person harassment while those with physical disabilities were more often victimized online. Youth with depression experienced both online and in-person harassment, the study found.  READ MORE

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