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Kids Feel Better & Stand Tall against Bullies When They Embrace & Respect Differences

After seeing her autistic son dread going to school because he was bullied, Stacey Montgomery realized kids could blunt the ridicule by embracing their unique qualities. So she created cards, journals and a curriculum to boost the confidence of kids who felt different. Autism Acceptance Month encourages others to welcome those differences too.


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