Bullying of Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Conditions: A ‘State of the Field’ Review

@inproceedings{Humphrey2018BullyingOC,
  title={Bullying of Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Conditions: A ‘State of the Field’ Review},
  author={Neil Humphrey and Judith S Hebron},
  year={2018}
}
A ‘state of the field’ review of what is currently known about bullying of children and adolescents with autism spectrum conditions (ASC) is presented. We highlight compelling evidence that they are considerably more likely to be bullied than those with other or no special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Although prevalence estimates vary from study to study, they are always worryingly high, with the highest rate reported as 94%. Those most at risk include (but are not limited to… CONTINUE READING

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