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Making Good Choices on our Phones, Social Media, and the Internet

February 2024 | Katie Frank, PhD, OTR/L - Occupational Therapist, Adult Down Syndrome Center

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Making good choices on the internet

Should we share a post, comment, message, picture, or video? Before sharing something, we should: 

1. Stop.

2. Think.

Is this appropriate to share?

Would my trusted adult think it is appropriate to share?

Could I share this with my teacher or boss?

3. Make a good choice!


More visuals are available in our Resources on Phone, Social Media, and Internet Safety and Etiquette article.

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