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Anti-Bullying Survivor Watch

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Join our movement today and help us raise awareness and much needed funds to supply the World’s first and only dedicated safety smart watch to Survivors of Bullying at $0 cost with 24/7 LIVE monitoring for 12 months.  

We urge every Government and anti-bullying agency, advocates for survivors of this coward act and challenge every business owner and corporate groups to donate generously to this campaign so we can protect our children and loved ones by providing them with the latest technology wearable available on the market today at no cost!

To better understand why there is a need for this campaign here is some basic information.

Bullying has three main features:
* it involves a misuse of power in a relationship
* it is ongoing and repeated
* involves behaviours that can cause harm.

Bullying can happen in person or online, and it can be obvious (overt) or hidden (covert).

Bullying can have a lasting impact on everyone involved, including those who witness it. That is why it is important to work together to create safe school communities for everyone.

Some behaviours, while not bullying, are conflicts that still need to be addressed and resolved.  Examples include:
* mutual arguments and disagreements (where there is no power imbalance)
* not liking someone or a single act of social rejection
* one-off acts of meanness or spite
* isolated incidents of aggression, intimidation or violence.

How do I know if a young person is being bullied?
Some signs that a young person may be being bullied include:

* not wanting to go to school
* have falling school grades
* changing their route to school or become frightened of walking to school
* changes in sleeping or eating patterns
* frequent tears, anger, mood swings and anxiety
* having unexplained bruises, cuts and scratches
* missing or damaged belongings or clothes
* asking for extra pocket money or food
* arriving home hungry.

What can parents do if their child is being bullied?

*Do not directly approach any other student or their family.
* Contact the school and make an appointment to discuss the issue.
* Ask the school for a copy of their Anti-bullying Plan.
* Work with your child’s school to solve the problem by establishing a plan for dealing with the current situation and future bullying incidents.
* Speak with a Consultant from Safety Watch regarding the Anti-Bullying fundraising campaign and the options in utisilising wearable technology for your child's safety.

SAY NO TO BULLYING and share this campaign so we can provide these Safety Watches for Survivors for FREE!


www.survivorwatch.com.au
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The school year is about to start for 2018 and there are so many students who are suffering in silence from being bullied at school. It takes a village to raise a child and it takes a village to stamp out this coward act!! Your donation whether big or small will make a difference today!
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