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  • The Best Tablet for Kids and Teens Is a Safe One August 31, 2018
        This time of year, kids are heading back to school after summer break - and they might be in need of some new devices. Smart phones, laptops, e-readers, and tablets are commonplace in school and at home. If your kid or teen is a new user of digital devices, then one of the […]
  • 2018 NY Jets-STOMP Out Bullying Educators Symposium August 24, 2018
    2018 NY Jets-STOMP Out Bullying Educators Symposium   On August 24, 2018, the New York Jets and STOMP  Out Bullying, held the third annual Jets Tackle Bullying Educators Symposium presented by Municipal Credit Union. More than 250 educators along with parents from across the tri-state area attended the trailblazing event at MetLife Stadium. Hosted by […]
  • Types of Bullying and How to Spot Them July 24, 2018
      These days, bullying is no longer limited to face-to-face interactions. With the explosion of social media, emailing, and texting, the opportunity for bullying has expanded and become sneakier than ever. In order to better help your child or teen handle this new age of bullying, you need to know the different types (and what […]
  • Why Inclusion and Friendship are Healthy for Kids and Teens June 22, 2018
      There is a lot of focus in the media and online around bullying and cyberbullying. While there are several methods for helping your kids stand up to bullying, what about teaching kids and teens how to include others and foster genuine friendship? By shifting the focus to learning how to get along with others, […]
  • Ross Ellis Speaks About Bullying at Greenwich Film Festival June 8, 2018
    Ross Ellis Speaks About Bullying at Greenwich Film Festival National Bullying Prevention Expert Ross Ellis Speaks About Bullying at Greenwich Film Festival   The screening of the film "Bullies" at the Greenwich International Film Festival  was held on June 3, 2018 at the Cole Auditorium at Greenwich Library. This short film depicts Eugene as a shy 10-year-old […]