Here you will find additional resources that you may find useful to use at home.
The therapy team at Grange Park have created a visual support, which explains information about the coronavirus. The visual support is available the bottom of this page.
There is also some guidance on face coverings and who is required to wear them. This can be found in the document section at the bottom of the page.
Facemask exemption card
Supporting Neurodiverse Children in Challenging Times Such as During Self-Isolation by NHS East London Foundation Trust - https://youtu.be/dXPtqmHKNoE
National Autistic Society guidance on Coronavirus, including a Carol Grey social story and easy-read advice - https://www.autism.org.uk/services/helplines/coronavirus.aspx
The National Autistic Society also have a number of articles that you may find helpful:
This article from the Council for Disabled Children may be of use:
A free resource on Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times, tailored to support understanding of the COVID-19 virus. Includes information and resources on; supporting understanding, offering opportunities for expression, prioritising calming and coping skills, maintaining routines, building new routines, fostering connections and being aware of changing behaviours. - https://afirm.fpg.unc.edu/support-understanding