Helpful Articles and Resources for Students with Disabilities during Covid19
The EDge - New Challenges and Opportunities by Elizabeth Estes, JD, Founder of Breaking Barriers
This issue of The EDge examines what parents, educators, and policymakers are doing and learning as they work to provide services to students with disabilities during the lengthy school closures caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic—
IEP and 504 Accommodations for Zoom/Online Classes
For kids who hare really struggling with online/zoom type learning, particularly those with attention, sensory and other related issues.
Helping Children with Autism Adapt to Wearing Face Masks
It’s important to recognize that children with autism are adapting to new daily routines just like the rest of us, but for some, new routines can be hard to establish.
Covid19 Social Stories for Schools
From Autism Little Learners a collection of social stories to help kids adapt
SF Inclusion Network Family Webinars
Sensory Activities at Home, Self-Care for Caregivers, Providing a Secure Environment for Children, Movement Activities at Home and more.
Heal SF - Support for Parents and Caregivers
Parents and Caregivers are struggling to balance it all–work, your child’s welfare and self care during this challenging time. Please know that you are not alone. Their website lists helpful resources for your support.
Related Service At Home Learning Activities
SFUSD Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapists along with many other professionals have put together an in depth guide of optional activities caregivers can do at home with their children.
SFUSD Distance Learning
While schools are closed, we want to remind you that our teachers, paraeducators, counselors, and school leaders love and care about your children. They are going to be continuously checking in with you to see how you’re doing and how your children are do