It’s back! Twitter Tuesday at the Cafe! Theme – Epilepsy
Back by popular demand – Twitter connections via the Cafe – make special needs connections!
I meant to re-start these posts before, but let life get away from me, so let me announce that I would like to make this a regular, weekly, phenomenal kind of thing!
If there is enough interest and I’ll start doing Facebook Friday posts (Maybe Google+ Saturdays too?) as well! It’s all about making those connections – when you have a bit of awesomeness in the house you have to make those connections (to stay sane!).
I’m apologizing in advance, my first run of this post cut off the rest of the text and the LINKY that comes at the end. I would like to run this as an ongoing Linky, but I’ll run an updated post weekly by theme.
Special needs, of course, runs a very wide gamut. On Twitter, even if you know what you are doing, it can be easy to be overwhelmed, to be unsure who to follow, and how to find others who understand a bit about your world.
Depending on the different diagnoses in your own house, you might find a mix of people to follow who even have the exact same diagnosis array.
So Here’s How to Start Making Those Special Needs Connections on Twitter
We’ll offer a few folks to follow for you each week here at the Cafe, but the real value will be to follow the Linky at the end of each post to other sites who are also offering their own lists of recommendations.
This week at Kat’s Cafe, I wanted to offer a few folks for you to follow if you have a bit of awesomeness in the house, or autism. Now, I have previously posted about Autism connections on Twitter, about Autism Moms and Dads. This time around, I’d like to highlight a few organizations online that post great information, article links, and other tweets.
Special Needs Connections on Twitter – Autism Connections
From their profile: At Autism Speaks, our goal is to change the future for all who struggle with autism spectrum disorders. Call the Autism Response team for help 888-AUTISM2 (US) http://www.autismspeaks.org/
From their profile: Improving the lives of all affected by autism.http://www.autism-society.org
From their profile: MyAutismTeam is the social network for parents of kids w/autism. Parents share daily trials & triumphs, questions & recommendations of local autism providers. http://www.myautismteam.com
From their profile: Official Twitter account of the National Autism Association. http://www.nationalautismassociation.org
Now for the Fun Part …
Link up for Special Needs Connections on Twitter!
Write your own post on folks to follow on Twitter.
- Maybe a list of your favorite people to turn to for support, or
- The best organizations to follow for information, or
- Even your own list on the best Tweeps to follow for your own family’s special needs
Feel free to use the Special Needs Connections on Twitter Button I’m using if you would like … I would love to link as many of these posts as possible!