We all deserve to be treated with dignity. If you are being bullied, know someone being bullied or would just like to know more about bullying, you're in the right place. We're here for you.

Bullying of children and young people

Watch a video about the experiences of bullying among children and young people with a disability. This film was made by the University of Warwick.

 

Join FamilyHub!

Connect with others going through similar experiences to you.

Whether you are a sibling of someone with a learning disability, a parent who’s just had a diagnosis, or a parent of an adult with a learning disability with wisdom to share, you’ll find a warm welcome in the FamilyHub.

Go to FamilyHub

What is bullying?

"When I was younger I went to a special school. At play time a so-called friend kept bullying me into giving him my money. I told one of the teachers so he stopped for a little while, but then he started again..."

Read Leroy's story
 

I'm worried about someone's wellbeing

If you have concerns for someone's wellbeing or safety call Mencap's helpline

0808 808 1111

 

Learn about safeguarding

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