Research has shown that the risk of getting COVID-19 from riding a school bus is low when basic precautionary measures — such as masking, only allowing two kids per seat and leaving the windows open — are taken.
Families should start preparing their children for the transition to in-person learning as soon as they are able to.
If your toddler is feeding the dog dangerous items, try to reframe the issue so that you are focusing on more appropriate, prosocial behaviors.
Here are some resources and strategies families can use to help keep their children with autism safe during the summer.
Children and families are finally resuming some of their pre-pandemic activities, such as summer camp, vacations and in-person school. For some kids, this return will also trigger separation anxiety.