The following resources may be useful in educating people about, and developing strategies to address, bullying of students with disabilities:
National Bullying Prevention Center (http://www.pacer.org/bullying). This center unites, engages, and educates communities nationwide to address bullying through creative, relevant, and interactive resources. Operated by PACER Center, it includes the Kids Against Bullying Web site (http://www.pacerkidsagainstbullying.org) where elementary students with and without disabilities learn about bullying prevention, engage in activities, and are inspired to take action; and the Teens Against Bullying Web Site (www.teensagainstbullying.org), where middle and high school students with and without disabilities find ways to address bullying, take action, and be heard.
Walk a Mile in Their Shoes: Bullying and the Child with Special Needs (http://www.abilitypath.org). This report and guide from AbilityPath.org educates parents about bullying of children with special needs, empowers parents and educators to take action against bullying, and assists policymakers and other professionals to keep the issue of bullying and children with special needs at the forefront in public discussions of bullying.
Retrieved from the Web site of the Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota (http://ici.umn.edu/products/impact/241). Citation: Palmer, S., Heyne, L., Montie, J., Abery, B., & Gaylord, V. (Eds.). (Spring/Summer 2011). Impact: Feature Issue on Supporting the Social Well-Being of Children and Youth with Disabilities, 24(1). [Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Institute on Community Integration].