Anti-Bullying Week 2020

Odd Socks Day is on 16 November, the first day of Anti Bullying Week.  

It is a wonderful way to celebrate all that makes us unique.

What makes each of us unique is important and should be valued.

Here is Nikki and Lucinda are talking all things socks. 

Cartoon graphic of speech bubbles.

Anti-Bullying Week: Vicky's Story

"She was showing everyone my pictures on Facebook and they were making nasty comments about the pictures."

"Afterwards they started to make threatening comments to me, saying they would send someone around to my house with a knife."

For Anti-Bullying Week, Vicky shares her experience of cyber bullying and the importance of reaching out for help. 

Read Vicky's story

How to get the support you need

Phone or email the Learning Disability Helpline, which is our advice and support service, for guidance and information about what support we can offer you.

Or why not take a look at our online community? This is a place for parents and family carers of people with a learning disability to share experiences, advice and support.

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