This Week’s Tweets

For those of you who aren’t on Twitter (or just didn’t have the time this week), here are @Jenniferkolari’s tweets, including lots of great links and useful resources. Enjoy!

Thanks for the RTs! @RelevantMom @leahsoleil

A guide to social media resources about autism by Jean Winegardner of Stimeyland:

RT @sarawinter_: @Jenniferkolari Aides could really benefit from your strategies. Can use them along with any therapy & easy to implement.

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from #gtchat “Raising Independent Thinkers Who Listen/Learn/Lead”; scroll to 11:30 to start…

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from 06.04 #gtchat“Picture This: How 2 Best Support Non-Verbal Strengths” #gifted

UCC Principal on Bullying

The latest from the Yonge Street Players blog:

Thx for the recommendation! RT @jacquelinegreen@SeanMalarkey I can recommend a gr8 bk & audio course. @JenniferKolari‘s Connected Parenting

RT @Hip_M0M: I’m at The Children’s School (2225 Torrey Pines Lane, La Jolla).

RT @Annie_Fox: Got a graduating 12th grader moving on? Start preparing for UR emptier nest & UR next chapter #parenting

Wow! So glad I can help! RT @sarawinter_: @Jenniferkolari I have a friend who’s an aide who went to … [hear you speak] to learn more…

Gen Y blogger talks about how to deal with mistakes:

TY Sara! RT @sarawinter_: I love @jenniferkolari & her CALM strategy. Mirroring the child’s affect is a great, non-verbal way to empathize.

TY 4 RT! @jlwf: RT @Jenniferkolari: New Post: The Connected Parenting Book is Out in Paperback in the U.S.

Teaching math as a social skill:

I’m so excited! My Connected Parenting book came out in paperback today. In case you were waiting for this moment

Happy Memorial Day!

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