Bullying & Suicide Prevention Webinar: In School Prevention

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*IMPORTANT NOTE: This webinar will be great for parents and advocates as well. It is just focusing on providing educators with the tools and resources they deserve* We have changed the name to better reflect the nature of this webinar.

When there is bullying in school, or a child lost to suicide, teachers and administrators are often the first to receive blame. We believe that not only are educators not to blame, but they are the key to creating positive change.

Through the remainder of the school year, we will be providing intensive, online, easily accessible webinars to provide teachers and school admins with real tools and resources to help prevent bullying and suicide in schools.

Please join us for this introduction webinar, that will address the basics of recognizing bullying & suicide warning signs, and the best ways to handle them. You can learn more about the organizations and what they do on their Facebook pages here:

 

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Presentations By

IMG_0260 - Version 2Tanner Kirk
Youth Perspective-Suicide Prevention

Youth Suicide Prevention Advocate
www.TannersHope.org

facebook_-2000409819Taryn Aiken
Suicide Prevention

Chair- American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Utah Chapter

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Youth Perspective-Bullying Prevention

RAD Youth Council President

Ann

Ann Clark
Supporting LGBTQ Students
President-Joe’s Walk For Change

Amy

Amy Maple
Educator Support and Programs

Director-Excuse Me While I Change The World

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