Posts Tagged
‘Twitter’

March 1, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: comforting, Houses, Messy, Parents, sharing, Twitter

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Categories: Parenting

Shed that guilt, parents! Other people’s homes also look like they just barfed out a toy store. Despite all the wonders of being a parent, it’s never been said that it’s the most glamorous of jobs. One minute you’ve managed to tidy your living room and stash all the clutter into bins—and literally 10 seconds […]

February 3, 2022

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by: admin

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Tags: AGE, Autism, calls, Sensitive, Twitter

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Categories: autism

Last week I tweeted a photo of some cuts on my hand. They looked quite angry and I explained that my daughter with autism scratched me during a stress attack she was subjected to. The tweet had a purpose – to educate – not to shock or gory. Twitter flagged it as “sensitive” and I […]

October 24, 2021

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by: admin

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Tags: American, Annual, Community, dispatches, genetics, human, meeting, Newsletter, society, Spectrum, Twitter

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Categories: autism

Illustration by Laurène Boglio Hello and welcome to the Spectrum community newsletter. In this issue we come to you with social media thoughts from # ASHG21, which took place (again) virtually last week – which several participants complained about online. According to Twitter chatter, the posters were particularly problematic. For one, the sessions did not […]

A social media firestorm broke out from teachers angry at comments from the Vermont State Education Secretary about COVID-19 testing in schools. During a press conference Tuesday, Foreign Secretary Dan French spoke about the state’s strategy to offer a variety of COVID-19 tests to reduce positive cases in schools and keep more children indoors. Rapid […]