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Social Media Checklists

February 2024 | Kayla Millan, OTS, Emma Jacobs, and Katie Frank, PhD, OTR/L - Adult Down Syndrome Center

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The document linked above contains 3 social media checklists: 

  • Social Media Safety - A list of steps to take to increase your safety online. Examples include "My account settings are set to private" and "I do not share private or personal information online." 

  • To Follow or Not to Follow? - A list of things to consider when deciding to allow someone to follow you or following someone new online. Examples include "I can see their profile picture clearly" and "The account is not asking me for money." 

  • Should I Post It? - A list of things to consider before posting on social media. Examples include "The post does not share my specific location" and "The information I want to share is public." 

Social Media Safety Checklist




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

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