Your voice. Your community.
The Patch Local Voices section can be a powerful tool for yourself, your group or your business. It's the perfect place to promote a big event coming up, voice your opinion on something you are passionate about or share tips from your career field.
Each Sunday we will feature some of Patch's most interesting Local Voices writers, show you who is posting on Patch and how you can get started.
Chris Fellin began a blog on Patch to educate residents about AD/HD and the Michael Golds Memorial AD/HD Conference, which is coming to the OCC - Oakland Ridge Campus in Farmington Hills on Friday, September 27.
The blog provides AD/HD learning opportunities for parents/guardians with children dealing with ADHD, adults with ADHD, and related professionals. Many of these opportunities also provide basic yet profound parenting skills information for all parent.
Fellin has posted about AD/HD in the Preschool and Early Elementary Years, Is it Really AD/HD? Something Else? or Both? and Substance Use Disorder, Depression, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Fibromyalgia: Common Comorbidities of AD/HD.
You can follow the blog on Patch.
Who else is posting on Patch?
- The Reynolds Family Blog posted Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk
- Dexter Farm Market shared Two Unique Booths at the Dexter Farmers Market
- Busch's Fresh Food Market posted Busch's is Hosting a Job Fair September 10th
- RSOL shared Is August Too Early to Write About Sex Offenders and Halloween
- 2nd Annual Suicide Prevention/Awareness posted about the upcoming race.
- Click the "Start Blogging" button on your Patch homepage.
- Start writing. It doesn’t have to be perfect. (Just don’t use all caps!)
- Upload a photo to illustrate your blog that you own or have permission to use. You can also just use a Patch logo offered on the page.
- Hit “Create your blog”
- Write your first post
- Share something and it will appear on the home page.
- Dress up your blog.
- Add cover photos.
- Tell your followers on Twitter
- Find your blog in the "Your Blogs" menu next to your Profile
Questions? Contact Patch Community Editor Brooke Tajer at email@example.com