COVID-19 Resources for individuals with ASD and their families

In addition to those shared here, we spotlight resources on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram &  LinkedIn platforms, often. If you have resources to share, please email catherine.jarboe@duke.edu.  

 

"We are all in this together"- Center Director Geraldine Dawson, PhD., provides an update on how the Duke Center for Autism and Brain Development continues advocating, researching, connecting, and serving families during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

 

 

 


Is your child diagnosed with ADHD, ASD, or both? 

   

         
                                                        


Provide your child with information:  Help your child understand what has changed and explain it in a way that works for them. 

Provide your child with structure: Try to make a plan for each day.

Provide your child with what is important to them: What does your child really like and what is important to them? 

Look after you: Working hard in a caretaking role while also managing job responsibilities can be challenging. 

Resources for Adolescents and Adults with ASD

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