If you enjoy following me on Twitter (@zacharyfenell), you should certainly consider following my clients listed below.
Go to The Mobility Resource (TMR) website, look at the “Recent Posts” section, and you will probably find at least one or two pieces to peak your interest. Following The Mobility Resource on Twitter will place those intriguing headlines into your Twitter feed. Additionally TMR tweets out other attention-grabbing stories and uplifting content.
What should I say regarding John W. Quinn (@johnwquinn) and my co-hosts for the live Twitter chat #CPChatNow (every Wednesday at 8pm EST)? Knowing Tim Wambach and Mike Berkson personally, I can say their Twitter account acts as an extension to the friends’ personalities. While for some people that might not equal praise ;), for Tim and Mike those words provide a great compliment. Through uplifting quotes and tweets, the Handicap This team will get you smiling and feeling encouraged when you need positivity the most.
The growing Think Inclusive site began with blogger Tim Villegas’ vision to create a resource on inclusive education. Two weeks down and I’m still excited to play a role as Think Inclusive’s first staff writer. Personally I believe teachers and parents should benefit from Tim’s tweets on education and inclusion. Also, by following Think Inclusive you position yourself well to keep updated on the website’s growth.
Your turn to share! In the comments below name someone on Twitter to follow and give a brief explanation why. I await your #FF recommendations.