TOOLKITS AND RESOURCE GUIDES
TEAACH in North Carolina developed an extensive and detailed toolkit to help families and children with ASD.
BabySleep posted different modules to help families of infants and children of ASD. They include sleep advice, help with a Telehealth appointment and dealing with stress
The University of Miami-Nova Southeastern University Center for Autism & Relations Disabilities curated a fantastic list of resources such as social stories and visual tools for those working with individuals who have developmental disabilities, including special educators, therapists and families can be downloaded here and here.
Yale University developed a toolkit along with visual support strategies for families across the country to use.
TALKING TO YOUR CHILD WITH ASD ABOUT COVID
The American Academy of Child Psychiatry provides 14 tips for talking to children.
National Public Radio describes some strategies for talking to kids with ASD.
The Autism Educator has created a social story about staying at home: