My name is Jonathan and I am a volunteer at the anti-bullying organisation 'Ditch the Label' (DTL). Alongside helping individuals being bullied in many ways through campaigns and fundraisers, DTL also provides support through help guides which tackle various issues related to bullying.
I am interested in speaking to parents of individuals who have autism and have been bullied because of it. I would like to create help guides to help other parents through issues like this.
If you are interested, please comment below so we can work on getting your story out there.
Together, we can help to tackle the issues that lead to people with autism being bullied, and create a global positive change.
...Interesting that after almost a week, there are no replies to this Thread.
My guess is that the introduction is about CHILDREN with Autism who may be Bullied...
But consider that they may grow up to be ADULTS with Autism being Bullied... and there are far too many of such persons here.Too much to say. And most People with children who are being bullied are too busy worrying about that to reply, here. Lastly, in general society, being Bullied obviously ends when leaving School --- NOT.
There are an awful lot of Threads here about "Bullying". Please try to do a search and to look at all of them.
To be honest I would guess that people with children being bullied will be...
A. Too busy supporting their own kids to be interviewed.B. Possibly averse to sharing their children's experience of bullying on a public forum without said child's consent.I do wonder why the OP is so particular about it being parents of autistic people being bullied rather than actual autistic people who have been (or are being) bullied at school (or afterwards). I would have thought the view from the inside would be (at least) as useful.