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The New Jersey Self-Advocacy Project


12/7/21: Creating a Culture of Inclusion: Anti-Bullying Strategies for Self-Advocates and Supporters

Presented by the NJ Self-Advocacy Project and NJ Statewide Self-Advocacy Network, this interactive webinar will focus on strategies for identifying and addressing bullying in school and beyond. After attending this webinar, participants will be able to identify different forms of bullying and its prevalence as well as specific ways to help students and adults with disabilities effectively respond to bullying in-person or online. We will review case examples to spur discussion and share techniques for creating a bully-free culture in the classroom, day program, and family home. Pamela King is a Self-Advocate from Gloucester County, New Jersey. Pamela is proud to be her own guardian and uses Supported Decision Making while living in her apartment with her dog Lucky. Pamela works at Abilities Solutions in Westville. Pamela attended High School at Burlington County Special Services High School District and in 2005 Graduated from The NYIT, Vocational Independence Program. Because Pamela has always been interested in advocating for herself and others in her community she was thrilled to attend the Partners In Policy Making Program and became a proud PIP (Partners in Policy Making) Graduate in 2018. Pamela continues her advocacy through her membership in Council 4 of the NJ Statewide Self-Advocacy Network.