LearningRx one on one brain training company reviews tips for December 2 which is Special Education Day
Colorado Springs, CO, December 2, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Soon-to-be First Lady Melania Trump said in her interview with “60 Minutes” that bullying—and more specifically, cyberbullying—is something she wants to speak out against. It’s an issue that is particularly common among students with learning struggles and special needs. That’s why personal brain training company LearningRx is sharing tips on why bullies target struggling students—and some signs and symptoms to look for in your child. Here are some highlights from the article:
How often are kids with learning struggles targets of bullying?
It is never OK when a 12-year-old girl or boy is mocked, bullied or attacked. It is terrible when that happens on the playground and it is unacceptable when it's done by someone with no name hiding on the internet.
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According to Pacer’s National Bullying Prevention Center, children with disabilities were two to three times more likely to be bullied than their non-disabled peers. One study even found that 60 percent of students with disabilities reported being bullied regularly (vs. only 25 percent of all students).
Why are kids with learning struggles common targets of bullying?
These children can easily get caught in an endless cycle: They’re bullied because their low self-esteem (and perhaps poor performance in school) makes them easy targets, and their fear of being bullied can cause them to avoid school, participate less in class or develop an inability to concentrate.
How do you know if your child is being bullied?
Barring no direct request for help, here are some signs and symptoms to look for:
• making excuses to avoid school • decreased appetite or sudden binging
• unexplained injuries or ripped clothing • difficulty sleeping
• returning from school without belongings • avoiding being alone
To read the full article, visit http://media.learningrx.com/why-bullies-target-struggling-students-and-how-you-can-help-2/. To learn more about ways to help prevent bullying, visit www.stompoutbullying.org.
LearningRx, headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, is the largest one-on-one brain training organization in the world. With 80 Centers in the U.S., and locations in 40 countries around the globe, LearningRx has helped more than 95,000 individuals and families sharpen their cognitive skills to help them think faster, learn easier, and perform better. Their on-site programs partner every client with a personal brain trainer to keep clients engaged, accountable, and on-task — a key advantage over online-only brain exercises. Their pioneering methods have been used in clinical settings for 35 years and have been verified as beneficial in peer-reviewed research papers and journals. To learn more about LearningRx research results, programs, and their 9.6 out of 10 client satisfaction rating visit http://www.learningrx.com/.