HealthyChildren.org provides updated information on ways parents and caregivers can help themselves, their families, and their children with special healthcare needs meet their safety, growth and healthcare needs during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Tips for receiving remote Early Intervention services
Information from the Epilepsy Foundation
The U.S. Department of Education provides questions and answers on providing services to children with disabilities during the coronavirus disease 2019 outbreak.
The National Down Syndrome Congress hosted a webinar to help families adjust to online learning in the home setting. Sean J. Smith, professor of Special Education at the University of Kansas and NDSC board member, will help you prepare your home environment and help you find balance during this shift to a new normal. You can register to view the recording.
The Wide Open School website from Common Sense Media offers families and educators resources on how to support students with disabilities during remote learning.
Its Back-to-School Guide for Families provides a variety of distance learning tips and resources.
Information from the U.S. Small Business Administration
List of major grocery store chains with special hours for seniors, at-risk populations and pregnant women.