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Student Health and Safety: Stopping Bullying Through the IEP

29 minutes 3 seconds

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Presents the importance of implementing a social skills program through a team of speech and language therapists, social workers, and special education teachers. Provides an understanding that positive outcomes can occur when the IEP team focuses on what the skill deficits are for a child in social skills and pragmatic language.

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Runtime: 29 minutes 3 seconds

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Viewer Comments

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    Leatta W. (Neosho, MO)
    August 31st, 2015 at 11:34 AM

    Well presented and gives great information to both parents and schools. Forget that the title says bullying and if you have students with disabilities being ignored, marginalized or experiencing isolation, then this video has suggestions for your situations. I LOVED that they pointed out the most forgotten resource in these situations...the SLP! This would be great to use on a professional development day.