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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

COVID-19 Resources




AUTISM 24/7: A FAMILY GUIDE TO LEARNING AT HOME AND IN THE COMMUNITY


Free membership to CEC through May 31st. 

Good resources from PECS

Tips for Parents Homeschooling Children with Autism During the Pandemic  

Social Story - Wearing a Mask

$ Webinars from the Univeristy of Washington Autism Center

Archived webinar - Anxiety, Autism: Five Prime Suspects – with tips for coping at home during COVID-19

Archived Webinar - Talking to Kids About Changing Schedules, Altered Plans, and Disruption

A multitude of resources. 

Archived Webinar - Delivery of Special Education-Related Services During School Closures


Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times (resources on the left.) 

Developing Effective Connections with Students in Online Learning Webinar


Getting Tested for COVID-19: Social Story

MT Remote Learning Sharing Sessions

How To Talk About COVID-19 With People Who Have Autism


Archived Webinar - Coronavirus Impact – Home All Day – Basic Supports and Strategies to Get us Through and Keep us Sane


Anxiety, Autism: Five Prime Suspects – with tips for coping at home during the Coronavirus oubreak


Virginia Commonwealth University - Resources for individuals with ASD and their Family Members during the COVID-19 Closure. These resources include Information PacketsVideos, and Visual Tools.

Serving Students with Disabilities and COVID-19 (March 24 OPI update)

Autism Society Coronavirus Tool Kit


Archived Webinar - Teaching Special Education Online during COVID-19


Autism Speaks (many resources)


Coronavirus Social Story    (source)


Coronavirus Social Story from Carol Gray


Covid 19 Resources for Families from the National Autism Association


Supporting Your Child During This Public Health Crisis - Montana authors.


Archived Webinar - Home All Day - Basic Supports and Strategies To Get Through.


Archived Webinar - NCSA Coronavirus Share & Care - registration required.


How to handle school closures and services for your child with autism - additional resources at the bottom of the page.


Talking to your child about tragedy: Six tips for the autism community.


Additional Guidance on providing services to Children with Disabilities during the Coronavirus Outbreak