Supporting Students With Special Needs

Autism and the Coronavirus: Resources for Families

During the coronavirus crisis, many families who have children with autism spectrum disorder are coping with the suspension of both school and essential services. Additionally, children with autism often have difficulty adjusting to the disruption of their routine and environment. (Child Mind Institute’s Autism Center, 4/10/20)

National Center for Learning Disabilities

Provides resources and practice information for educators, parents, and students related to COVID-19

Regional Educational Laboratory Program

How Education Leaders Can Support Students with Autism During School Closures
May 10, 2020 | Blog | REL Northwest
Audience: teachers, school leaders, district leaders

Plan and deliver: Educating students with disabilities in remote settings
April 22, 2020 | Blog | REL Midwest
Audience: teachers, school leaders

Distance Learning Resources for Education Stakeholders in the Northwest
April 13, 2020 | Resource roundup | REL Northwest
Audience: teachers, school leaders, district leaders

How can educators make online instruction accessible to students with disabilities?
[200 KB PDF icon ]
April 1, 2020 | FAQ | REL Central
Audience: teachers, school leaders, district leaders

What are some methods of providing online instructional support for students with disabilities? [181 KB PDF icon ]
March 25, 2020 | FAQ | REL Northeast & Islands
Audience: teachers, school leaders, district leaders

Social Stories

Page Updated 3/3/2021 4:05 AM