Supporting Learning, Routines, and Self-Care at Home: School & Family Resources from the Ohio Center for Autism and Low-Incidence (OCALI)

OCALI’s Stay Safe, Strong, and Supported: COVID-19 Resources

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Each of the buttons above link to OCALI’s new resources for remote learning during the pandemic: the blue button is for parents and caregivers, and the orange button is for school/community professionals. There is so much to dig in and explore, using the dropdown menu buttons on OCALI’s website on the left side, once you select a topic.

We love the supports they have available for schools addressing remote learning for students with complex learning needs, including an example with grade-level resources for a whole set of daily routines from Arkansas.

We also love the supports directed towards families for self-care, routines, and understanding Coronavirus, including comics and options for visual learners about wearing a mask from Cincinnati. These are but a few examples of what you can find.

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