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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health and Safety Guide

ASERT has compiled resources for those with autism and those who care for people with autism relating to the current COVID-19 outbreak.

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Stay At Home Order Social Story

This resource provides a visual guide to what the stay at home order means. This resource has been translated into Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Arabic and Burmese. It is also available as an animated video.

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Staying Connected at Home

This resource is for individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities on how to stay connected while staying at home during COVID-19.

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Steps to Joining a Group

This resource developed by ASERT helps individuals with finding a group to talk with and joining them.

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Summer Safety During COVID

This resource provides tips and suggestions on staying safe while enjoying activities during the summer with COVID-19.

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Talking About Going into the Community

Due to COVID-19, people have been limited in being able to go into the community. Schools, stores and businesses have been closed, leaving people to spend most of their time at home. As places start to open, it's important to discuss how comfortable your loved one is with going into the community. This resource provides parents and caregivers with some things to consider when talking with loved ones.

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Technology Assisted Children’s Home Program (TACHP)

The Technology Assisted Children’s Home Program (TACHP) provides advocacy, resources, and support for families who have children at home and use any sort of machine to replace a vital organ.

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Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion: Criminal Justice

These resources focus on problems facing individuals with both mental illnesses and criminal justice involvement, with a focus on strategies to support these individuals in reestablishing meaningful family and employment ties to their communities.

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Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion: Discrimination

These resources provide a review of the discrimination towards individuals with mental health conditions in public settings, mental health provider agencies, and academic programs, as well as recommendations for policy and practice changes and public educational programming.

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Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion: Education

These resources focus on the effectiveness of 'supported education' programming, as well as guidebooks and trainers' guides for individuals with mental illnesses who want to return to school to continue or complete their education.

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The Spectrum of Communication

Communication permits us to advocate for our needs, develop relationships, and participate in our community. When supporting someone with Autism, the most important thing to keep in mind at all times is that speech does not equal communication.

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