COVID-19 Resources for Those with Autism, Parents & Caregivers

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.  

UPDATED! "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. Click here to listen to her message. 

 

 


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

   

         
                                                        


FOR CHILDREN

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? 

FOR PARENTS & CAREGIVERS

FOR ADULTS