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We've gathered helpful information and resources to help families, children, and adults during the COVID pandemic.

Wearing a mask

Depending on where you are, it may be required to wear a mask in outdoor settings. People who can't wear a mask, including people on the autism spectrum, may need to carry either a doctor's certificate or a signed letter by a registered NDIS provider. Aspect has letters for our adult participants about mask-wearing. Please contact your Service Coordinator if you need one of these letters. Families of students of Aspect schools in Greater Sydney should talk to their doctor.

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Tips to help individuals on the autism spectrum wear face masks

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People wearing masks - Social Story

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FREE activities to do at home

Resource Sheets & Social Stories

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My Coronavirus Social Story

This social story is used with permission from Easterseals Chicago www.easterseals.com/chicago/

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Tips for Managing Stress

Tips for Managing Stress

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Social Distancing - Social Story

Social Distancing - Social Story

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Aspect's 10 Top Tips for Learning from home

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School Countdown Calendar

A calendar can be used to increase predictability for students by visually showing where students will be from day-to-day. Parents can manipulate this timetable moving the images to indicate days where they might be at home, school time, home school – or you can use the calendar as a countdown to going back to school.)

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Returning to Normal - Social Story

Returning to Normal - Social Story

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Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertian Times

Other Helpful Information

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