#CPChatNow Recap- 04-15-2015

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With their taxes paid (hopefully), the #CPChatNow community gathered at Twitter for our weekly cerebral palsy Twitter chat. While we bill the chat as a “cerebral palsy Twitter chat,” not everything connects directly to CP. For instance, last night the National Hockey League (NHL) dominated the conversation a lot.

Stanley Cup talkNow eventually the NHL talk segued to discussion about adaptive sports, specifically sled hockey.

Sled HockeyHannah's sled hockey throwbackLove for grandparents remained another topic raised which transcends cerebral palsy.

Grandparent talkBlake's GrandmaIn addition to subjects that transcend cerebral palsy, we naturally also discussed CP centric matters.

Handling the StaresMy co-host Blake Henry presented an intriguing challenge, to summarize #CPChatNow in one word.

CPChatNow in one wordMeanwhile Erin attempted to get her friend Stacy involved in our Twitter festivities.

Stacy joins CPChatNow That bear joke from me holds roots in the 2014 interview Blake conducted with Hunter and Brandon Gandee, aka The Cerebral Palsy Swagger.

Anyways, Erin’s efforts with Stacy brought up a good question.

How do you follow along with Twitter chats?Unfortunately, Stacy found keeping up with the Twitter chat difficult.

Stacy is having a hard timeIf you do not use Twitter or feel overwhelmed by Twitter chats, please join  us on Facebook instead. Like our fan page. Plus contact Blake or me about how to join the private Facebook group.

Time to draw today’s recap to a close by reminding everyone about our special events coming up for April,

Corrected Hangout reminderAnti-bullying focus chat April 22nd

Anti-Bullying Focus Chat

Nationally traveled anti-bullying speaker Tony Bartoli joins #CPChatNow Wednesday, April 22nd for our next focus chat.

Please note the correction on the Google Hangout reminder. I did not catch the mistake until this morning.

Finally in anticipation for national anti-bullying speaker Tony Bartoli joining us next week, let me select an anti-bullying theme for the Extend-the-Conversation question. What do you find an effective anti-bullying strategy?

 

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