School buildings are closed. Schedules are changing. Like never before, parents of students with IEPs and IFSPs are seeking new ways to keep our children engaged in learning. We’ve put together a list of free COVID-19 resources to help you support your students with at-home learning, coping strategies, and keeping connected socially. We’ll add to this list as we hear of more learning opportunities.
HCPSS offers ideas for engaging your student in learning activities and keeping them intellectually active while they are home. These are supplemental resources for families that may be helpful for supporting aspects of your child’s IFSP/IEP.
HCLS has a vast collection of free, online materials that are easily accessible from home with your library card.
ASA has a free, downloadable Autism Curriculum Kit to support families during COVID-19 school closures.
Links to social stories,education sites, activities to do at home, virtual field trips, county school sites for student learning resources, and more.
TACA has everything from education services and how to support your child at home to helping your child cope with distrutped schedules and social stories.
Education and therapy activities you and your child can do at home, including topics such as OT, PT, and special education.
Curated resources for those working with individuals who have developmental disabilities, including social stories about hand washing, social distancing, school closures, and more.