Additional Resources

Could you use some support as a parent of a child with special health care needs as you face these challenging times? Parent to Parent of Wisconsin can connect you with another parent on a similar journey. Submit a referral on their website to receive a free, confidential connection to another parent.

Resilient Wisconsin

Resilient Wisconsin offers supports on how Wisconsinites can adapt and recover during tough times. Their website has access to resources or you can see a PDF of their helpful suggestions.

In this Parade article, Temple Grandin shares some tips to help children with autism cope during the COVID-19 Quarantine.

Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertian Times Full Packet.pdf

Autism Focused Resources & Modules (AFIRM), an extension of the National Professional Development Center (NPDC) on Autism Spectrum Disorders has created a COVID-19 Toolkit. Seven support strategies are targeted and designed to meet the unique needs of individuals with autism. We have the 60 page PDF with all of the materials here, but check out their website for a more interactive way to access the information. There are many high-quality and ready to use materials here that would be helpful for students with autism or other developmental disabilities.


Coronavirus for Children.pdf

Coronavirus: A Book for Children

Check out this book about Coronavirus written specifically for children.

Editable COVID 19 Social Narrative .pdf

COVID-19 Social Narrative

Here is a social narrative about COVID-19 that may be helpful.