We Use social media for a number of different purposes:
Facebook Lifeline Partnership
We use facebook primarily as a way to communicate about our events. You can find information on upcoming events. When we go back to getting together in person, we will also go back to posting pictures after events.
We use Twitter as an advocacy tool, mostly re-tweeting disability activists and passing along information about resources. We are always looking for more people to follow so tweet us with suggestions.
Here are some folks we follow:
Black Disability Collective @BlackDisability
Diary of a Disabled Person @WheelerDax
Disability Advocacy and Resource Network@DarnNetwork
Divas w/Disabilities @DWD_Project
Jules Good @JulianaGood1009
Dr. Jennifer Sarrett@sarrettspeaks
Alice Wong @DisVisibility
Disability Insider @DisabilityInsdr
Disability Scoop @disabilityscoop
Department of Disability Services @DDS_DC
DC Siblings DC_Sibs
DC Developmental Disability Council @DC_DDCouncil
Georgetown Univ. Center for Child and Human Developmental @GUUCEDD
Disability and Spirituality
Living Fully Network @LivingFully_Net
Disability and Faith @DisabilityFaith
On Instagram we feature pictures of the work of artists with disabilities. This was inspired by our on-line program in January 2021 called seeing ourselves. You can view the video of that program at the past programs tab of the website (all the way at the bottom of the page).
Our inaugural post is of John Maull an artist with developmental disabilities. Click here for a good story about him from the LA Sentinel. We will try to feature a new artist, writer, actor etc. every week (remind us if you don't see something new).
You tube Lifeline Partnership
On our you tube channel we have our monthly on-line events. You can find our Sunday school programs on the you tube channel for First Trinity St. Matthew at this link