Dear Dyslexic aims to be an interactive, inclusive and supportive place for all members to share their experiences. Dear Dyslexic welcomes and encourages open discussion and comments on the social media sites.
Dear Dyslexic looks forward to hearing from you in all circumstances, including when you want to share a criticism. However, we work hard to ensure the forums are a supportive environment for those with dyslexia, parents, families professionals and the general community and we expect that your comments and posts will always be respectful of others.
Please note that comments and posts that we consider offensive, abusive, bullying or which unreasonably upset our community will be deleted immediately. Participants who repeatedly post inappropriate material will be blocked from the site.
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- that the Dear Dyslexic considers inappropriate.
When participating in conversations or posting comments on social media sites, please keep these important factors in mind. Always remember that when you post a comment to a blog or social media site, it is published for the world to see. For your own privacy and that of your family, you should consider carefully how much detailed personal medical information linked to your name you want published on the Internet. We recommend you also exercise caution and avoid posting detailed personal information like your location, financial information, etc. Dear Dyslexic reserves the right to remove any material that it determines to be inappropriate.
- Message flooding. Message flooding is making sure your opinion is heard by repeatedly posting the same message.
- Flaming. Flaming is expressing a strongly held opinion to the point where it dominates the conversation and destroys the tone and camaraderie of the group.
- Trolling. Trolling is posting a comment whose sole intent is to incite controversy or comment.
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