As Co-moderators of the ALS News Today Forums, We Wear Several Hats
Recently, I wrote this column describing my many duties as co-moderator of this forum. Amanda and I agreed that it gives a good picture of what we both do on a daily and weekly basis. This is written with a humorous eye – – and we hope you enjoy this “behind the scenes” peek at our co-moderator roles 🙂
“Most folks know me through my column, “Living Well With ALS,” and perhaps don’t know that for the past three years, I’ve also been a co-moderator of the ALS News Today Forums. I thoroughly enjoy this responsibility, and to bring a bit of levity to this online job, I often imagine the various hats I’m wearing for each task.
I share moderating duties with Amanda, a school psychologist in Florida. I have sporadic ALS, and she lives with a hereditary predisposition to ALS in the form of a genetic mutation, so between us, we share our personal knowledge of the disease.
As good forum hosts, we welcome new members, add to ongoing conversations, and help our members navigate any philosophical differences. This brings me to my hats.” You can read the full column here: https://alsnewstoday.com/columns/2022/01/18/as-co-moderator-als-news-today-forums-i-wear-several-hats/
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