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BULLYING 

At LOGAN, we take it personally, just like you do. We’re prepared to advocate for every child and adult who is bullied because of a disability.

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Speaking Out Against Bullying

If you feel your child is being bullied, or need advice to help your child understand bullying behaviors, our staff will guide you to the proper resources.Advice/Resources

Bullying can make your son or daughter feel helpless and small. For nearly 70 years, we’ve helped families like yours navigate this difficult situation. Please don’t wait. Call us for information—and peace of mind.

Peer Awareness

LOGAN also offers Peer Awareness Sessions for school-age children, grades 1-6. These presentations presented in a child-friendly manner, have three main goals:

  • Create understanding about disabilities

  • Increase awareness of everyone’s abilities

  • Foster acceptance of one another

More Classes Meetings that Matter

In partnership with the nationally recognized Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, we have developed a groundbreaking program designed to address this form of bullying head-on in schools.

Our More Class Meetings That Matter lessons are for students in elementary, middle, and high school and teach that bullying people with disabilities is wrong. They’ll be empowered with tools and language to stop the hurtful behavior from occurring.

To purchase our More Class Meetings That Matter curriculum, use the PayPal buttons below to select your choice of age group and book quantity.

For more information on LOGAN’s Bullying Prevention, Peer Awareness or Counseling programs, contact:

LOGAN@LOGANCENTER.ORG

LOGAN Center
(574) 289-4831