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!

So true! @amyrhoda

It’s an amazing feeling! RT @amyrhoda: @Jenniferkolari Wow gr8 post! Wht a gr8 feeling … knowing you help parents connect with kids…

RT @ChildAnxiety: Temple Grandin is my guest on our Blog Talk Radio in 30 min http://alturl.com/uv7e3 to log in#autism #aspergers #ASD

A fab eg of mirroring in action! RT @afterglowTO: What do you do when your child has a fit? More on Connected Parenting…http://ow.ly/2cHSC

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from noon/EST #gtchat“Brain Boost or Brain Drain: Teaching GT Kids Self-care”http://bit.ly/bkE1SV

RT @DeborahMersino: Transcript from 07.16 #gtchat “Critical Feedback” http://bit.ly/bOInc9 {Scroll to 11pm for start}#gifted

TY! RT @SueScheff: @FlyontheCWall @TheChattyMomma@surionfi @ellen_matt @LisaMaatz @ccreators@Jenniferkolari @Matt_Mazur @geeky_info_nut#FF

TY for your kind words! RT @afterglowTO: My Blog on Connected Parenting. http://bit.ly/bXC2cd thanks Jennifer Kolari @connectedparenting

YSP Teacher Ty Kostyk Performs: http://tinyurl.com/2bgz4gv

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