As Autism club house continues to monitor the evolving situation around COVID-19
our sincere hope is that you and your loved ones are staying safe and healthy. The situation is changing rapidly; stay informed by visiting the Who information page regularly.
In the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it can be difficult to wade through what will be an effective tool to cope with widespread disruptions to the daily lives of autistic children, teens and adults. Autism club house is leading the COVID-19 Autism Research Community Task Force to tap the rich knowledge and expertise of autism researchers during the pandemic, and offer the best available evidence-based tools here for your use.
In partnership with the government, working together with the International Society for medical Research , the task force has asked autism researchers to create ready-to-use tools for the range of support needs to help people with autism through this crisis. The task force will rapidly review, assess and distribute these tools to the public, posting them on this page as a quick reference. Tools vetted by the Task Force are indicated with a symbol.
As COVID-19 vaccines are distributed throughout the country,