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Cyber Bullying: a 21st Century Problem for our kids

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Our Caboolture branch recently hosted a forum on Cyber Bullying.  This is a worrying phenomenon and the psychological impact on our teenagers (the most susceptible group) is concerning. According to the Dolly’s Dream foundation, 1 in 5 students are cyber bullied at some stage.

Speakers from Kids Help Line, Queensland Police Caboolture Child Protection and Investigation Unit and the Mind and Neuroscience Foundation spoke about the subject.

The live stream of the Kids Help Line presentation is here

More information and help can be found at the Dolly’s Dream website here 

Get help listing is here

 

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