From the article on NJ1015.com:
This past year has had quite an impact on everyone, having to cope with social distancing, mask wearing and basically staying inside our own little bubbles. But it’s been especially tough for those on the autism spectrum.
Julie Mower, executive director of The Phoenix Center in Nutley, a not-for-profit school serving the educational, behavioral and therapeutic needs of students ages 5 to 21 with autism and other disabilities, said it’s important to be as clear as possible with them.
Read the rest of the article here: https://nj1015.com/helping-kids-on-the-autism-spectrum-cope-with-living-in-a-covid-world/