Blue’s clues is a Canadian company that uses social media to promote occupational therapy programs in the United States.
It has been posting updates on its website for several months, including a recent tweet that featured a new blue’s clue message.
“This week’s blue’s is: ‘Congratulations!
You are now certified as a certified occupational therapist!'” the tweet said.
“Get started with Blue’s clue and make an appointment today!
To learn more, go to Blue’s.”
The company also offered advice on what to wear for an upcoming blue’s.
The hashtag #blue’scues and the accompanying photo of a blue’s cue in a mask were both shared by Twitter users, and they quickly spread to other Twitter accounts.
“It’s a fun way to get the word out about the company,” said Laura Siegel, a Toronto-based occupational therapist and author of Blue’s Cues: A Guide to Practicing Occupational Therapy.
“There’s a ton of resources out there that are really well written, so it’s really fun to be able to share what you’re learning with the community.”
Siegel said the company’s Twitter account has grown steadily since it launched in May and the company recently announced a new badge for Blue’s cues, which were previously only available on the company website.
“I think it’s a really nice way to have some awareness and information around these things,” Siegel told The Globe.
Blue’s cues are an important part of the company.
It’s not uncommon for a client to have problems with his or her eyesight or other health issues, Siegel added.
But the company does not have an official diagnosis, which is one of the reasons it has been such a popular brand with clients.
“Our cues have been a huge hit,” she said.
Blue is also helping the Canadian government with its occupational therapy funding, with the federal government announcing this week that it would pay $2 million in 2018 to provide cues for certain occupational therapy services, including occupational therapy for the blind and low vision patients.
Blue also has plans to introduce more of its cues, including for the disabled.
The company has a growing list of clients, including the Canadian Red Cross, the Canadian Cancer Society, and the Royal Canadian Legion.
Blue says it has received positive feedback from clients, but Siegel says it’s still early days for the company and its work.
“People are still asking for more,” she added.
“They are curious about what’s going on with their jobs.
It is important that we have a clear and clear plan for how we are going to support our clients, and that we are using our social media channels to share that information.”
Snyder said she’s glad the company is getting some recognition from social media.
“We have been able to create a little bit of a buzz in the industry and have a lot of people looking at the company, which gives us a lot more exposure,” she told The Associated Press.
“If I could just go back and talk to clients, I would ask them, ‘Hey, are you aware of Blue?
Do you know of Blue?'”
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