Hippkids, are you struggling with adapting to a new school? Unsure of how to address your hearing loss and your needs to your teachers, or worrying about an upcoming transition to high school or college? It is important to understand your rights and to advocate for yourself as a person with a disability. Hippkids offers a unique mentoring service that connects you to college students and adults who have been in your shoes! Our mentors can answer your questions about how they navigated issues relating to their hearing loss, share resources, and equip you with the knowledge and skills needed navigate life's transitions.  Interested? Email for more information info@hippkids.com and mention the new mentoring program!

http://www.thebullyproject.com

Check out Justin Osmonds  #Nice2bnice campaign 

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A great resource to spot, prevent and solve bullying! Education is key!

https://www.stopbullying.gov

HEARING IMPAIRED PEN PALS

Having a hearing loss is not easy, sometimes you may feel very lonely and sad. Research shows that children with disabilities are often bullied at higher rates than those without disabilities. Just knowing this fact can help you NAVIGATE social situations and recognize when you may not be being treated fairly. Please talk to an adult, a teacher or a friend if you ever feel that you are being treated unfairly by others. I encourage you to learn more about bullying at this website.


YES, you are different, but so am I, and so is your teacher and your mother and your aunt… we are all unique with amazing talents and ideas. Never be afraid to be who you are, never stand for bullying, and always DREAM BIG! 

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