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Bully, Bullied, or Bystander? Join Dean Larson and Christine DiDomenico, educators extraordinaire

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Bullying in both private and public schools is at epidemic proportions. Recent surveys show that about 50% of teens and children are bullied in school and at home while the other 50% are bullies. Advances in cyber technology have worsened the problem, extending the reach of bullies and providing an anonymity that defies anti-bullying efforts. How to Help you Child to Deal with Bullying? Join us as we shine a spotlight on the fastest growing face of bullying. Christine DeDominico has been teaching in the public schools of NY for 28 years.She is the director of the Access for Knowledge Learning Center in Sparkill, and a certified facilitator of Access Consciousness. Using the tools of Access with children she has observed quick and dynamic change in their grades, self-esteem, and their attitude toward school. Dean Larson spent more than twenty years working with adults, children and families with addiction problems, in hospitals, treatment centers, and an out-patient treatment facility that he started in 1978. In 1997, along with his family, he founded Lifetime Learning Center (later Twin Oaks School), a special function high school and tutoring center in Fergus Falls, Minnesota. He has worked with literally thousands of students and their parents, who were confronted with school performance issues both academic and behavioral. While looking for a means of improving the teaching program at Twin Oaks, Dean discovered the tools of Access Consciousness. After experiencing the incredible changes these tools brought to his own life, he decided to incorporate them into his teaching methods, with wonderful results. He became a certified Access facilitator, so he could teach others these tools and processes. Dean is the “point person” for Access for Knowledge, which was created to establish tutoring and individual instruction to students, using these teaching methods.

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