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One-in-four students in the United States reports being bullied and those numbers can be two to three times higher for kids with disabilities, according to the National Center for Education.

Studies also show that most bullying is never reported and can cause depression, anxiety and poor academic performance.

It's time to #CutTheBull and #SeeTheAbility.


How can you #CutTheBull?


Respect: Let us look beyond our differences and overcome our fears to #SeeTheAbility in everyone.

Reach Out: Talk to, include and get to know someone who is being treated differently.

Respond: If you see someone being put-down or teased, do not participate. Instead, show support for the person and tell an adult.



Advocates in our communities


Many Shriners Hospitals patients have scars or physical differences that put them at risk for being bullied.

Learn about our anti-bullying programs and read stories of how our patients feel confident and work hard to cut the bull their communities.

The information provides insight into the bullying of kids with disabilities and how to overcome it.





Tool Kit, designed to empower kids and supporters to become anti-bullying ambassadors by teaching them how to start the conversation about bullying. 

Tip Card, created to teach anti-bullying tips: Respect, Reach Out and Respond. 

Article, written by Shriners Hospitals for Children experts provides insight into the bullying of kids with disabilities and how we can all do our part to cut the bull.


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