Involving disabled young people

All young people should be involved in developing anti-bullying strategies and when bullying does happen they should be involved in the response that schools and setting have. Disabled children and young people and those with special educational needs (SEN) are no different.

They have spoken to ABA about the importance of feeling their voice has been heard after a bullying incident. We know restorative approaches and peer support can be powerful in effective responding to bullying strategies.

Participation Works have created this resource about inclusive groups and involving disabled young people in groups with non-disabled young people. You can read it here: http://www.participationworks.org.uk/files/webfm/shop_files/How_to_inclusive_groups/index.pdf

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