F.E.A.S.T. Twitter Chats

F.E.A.S.T. is very excited to announce that we will be hosting a new series of Twitter Chats.
Our first is on Thursday May 29, 2014.  Please join us!

In the vein of our "Ask a Parent" webinar, our first Twitter Chat will provide an opportunity for all interested to engage in a moderated conversation with parents and caregivers.  Our first chat will be on the topic of Refeeding.  Parents and Caregivers from the F.E.A.S.T. community will answer questions and discuss in detail the process of refeeding from a caregiver's perspective.

Thursday May 29, 2014
New York, US 4:30pm | Los Angeles, US 1:30pm | London, UK 9:30pm
Friday May 30, 2014 Melbourne, AU 6:30am


Tweets from the Trenches:  Refeeding/ The Journey from Diagnosis to Weight Restoration

Parents and Caregivers will be taking questions in a live Chat format. To receive an email reminder and/or submit questions before the event, please register at: 


What is a tweet chat? A tweet chat is a live Twitter event or conversation focused around a specific topic at a set time.   Think of it as a virtual meeting.  A hashtag is used to filter the conversation.
What is a hash tag?  A hashtag is a word or phrase preceded by a hash or pound (#) sign.  It is used to identify a specific topic or reference. 
How do you participate? To participate, all you do is tweet during the designated time using the conversation hashtag.  You can also simply read along in live time as the conversation is unfolding.  
How to use TweetChat?   (instructions from Tweetchat.com)
1. Sign in to TweetChat.  Signup with Twitter if you don't have an Account. 
2.  Choose hashtag you wish to follow (#FeastEDChat).  The hashtag will direct you to the right TweetChat room.
3. Converse in real time.  Each tweet automatically gets the hashtag added and the room auto-updates.


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