NTACT - Providing Transition-Focused Activities Online and at Home
Tuesday, March 24, 10am CST
|NTACT staff and others will share tips and resources to support the continued learning and skill development of students, while school and community access are severely restricted.
Please grab your coffee (or 2nd coffee - depending on your time zone) and join us online! Also stay tuned to www.transitionta.org for additional resources posted with the recording of this webinar.
Childmind.org - Supporting Families During COVID-19
9am & 3:30pm CST
Facebook Live Chat
|Supporting Families During COVID-19
NASP - Talking to Children About COVID-19 in Schools While Protecting the Civil Rights of Students
ED - Addressing the Risk of COVID-19 in Schools While Protecting the Civil Rights of Students
SAMHSA - Talking With Children: Tips for Caregivers and Teachers Suring Infectious Disease Outbreaks: English | Spanish
CASEL - Guidelines for Parents and Caregivers
NCTSN - Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families with Coronavirus Disease: English | Spanish
Sesame Street - Handwashing for Kids: Video | Short Story | Coloring Sheet
Sesame Street - Routines During “The For Now Normal”
Sesame Street - Talking to Children About COVID-19
Sesame Street - Caring for Each Other
Zero to Three - Expert Resources to Parents and Caregivers in Response to Coronavirus Pandemic
BrainPOP - Teaching Kids About Coronavirus: Videos with Animation
AAPA - American Academy of Pediatrics: 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Info for Parents: English | Spanish
CDC - Pregnancy & Breastfeeding Information about Coronavirus Disease 2019
CDC - Talking with children about Coronavirus Disease 2019: Messages for parents, school staff, and others working with children
Generations United - COVID-19 Fact Sheet for Grandfamilies and Multigenerational Families
Boston Children's Hospital - HealthMap: Tracking COVID-19 in Real Time
ChildMind - Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus: English | Spanish
ChildMind - Supporting Families During COVID-19 - Spanish translations available
Zero to Three - Parenting Resource: Why are people wearing masks? Why are people covering their faces?
LSU Health - Supporting Young Children Isolated Due to Coronavirus
NCTSN - Guide to Helping Families Cope With the Coronavirus Disease 2019
Home Safety Council - Think Safe Be Safe: Create Your Hands-On Home Safety Checklist
Resources to Help at Home
BrainPOP - Free BrainPOP access for schools and families impacted by school closures
Scholastic - For students at most grade levels, from prekindergarten to Grades 6 or higher. Each level features five days-worth of content for three hours a day, with 15 additional days on the way.
Khan Academy - How can Khan Academy be used for remote learning during school closures?
Discovery Education - Virtual Field Trips
Google Arts & Education - Virtual Fieldtrips to Parks and International Museums
PBS Kids - Schools Closed? How to Make a New Home Routine (for children ages 2-8)
PBS Kids - Educational Info, Games and Videos (for children ages 2-8)
Sesame Street - Fun at Home! Youtube videos
PBS Kids - Sesame Street Free On-Demand Recent Episodes
Barnes and Noble - Free E-Books from Sesame Street
Zero to Three - Parenting Resource: Five Tips to Make the Most of Video Chats (with Young Children)
Cosmic Kids Yoga - Yoga adventures for kids that use stories they can relate to
NPR - Just For Kids: A Comic Exploring The New Coronavirus
Brains On! - Talking with children about coronavirus: Understanding coronavirus and how germs spread
Special Needs and Developmental Disabilities Specific
SSWAA - School Social Worker Association Resources for COVID-19 regarding FERPA, Virtual Learning and Students with Disabilities
ED - Questions and Answers on Providing Services to Children with Disabilities During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Outbreak (March 2020)
Wright's Law - The School Closed Suddenly. I Need Help!
UM/NSU - Coronavirus Social Narrative CARD: Let’s Talk About the Coronavirus
Harbor School - Coronavirus Social Story for Children with Special Needs
UM/NSU - Compiled Resource List: Dealing with COVID-19: Resources for Special Educator, Therapists & Parents
UNC - Online toolkit for those supporting individuals with autism during COVID-19 epidemic
Edutopia.org - Apps for Students With Special Needs — As School Buildings Shutter
Autism Related Resources to Help at Home
AACI - Creating Structure: Visual Support for Autism: A Step by Step Guide
Healthline - 5 Important Exercises for Kids with Autism
Oklahoma Family Network
PO Box 21072
Oklahoma City, OK 73156-1072
Tel: 405-271-5072 or
Contact: Joni Bruce
Will be having webinars on self-care
Center for Learning and Leadership
UCEDD University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
PO Box ROB 342
Oklahoma City, OK 73126-0901
Tel: 405-271-4500-Ext 41002
Contact Person: Melissa Fenrick
Oklahoma Autism Network
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
1200 North Stonewall Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73117
Tel: 405-271-7476 or
Contact: Rene’ Daman
3812 N Santa Fe Ave, Suite 305
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Contact: Andrea Michaels
Parents Helping Parents
No address listed
Contact: Becky O’Dell
Has virtual meeting/Support groups for parents
|Zero to Three
Zero to Three: For families with young children
||Sprouts Child Development: Tulsa Based partner that provides reliable early childhood resources, developmental assessments and connections to early intervention services.
||The mission of the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide is to reduce the number of youth suicides and attempted suicides by encouraging public awareness through the development and promotion of educational training programs.
||Infant Crisis Services, Inc.
Donald W. Reynolds Center
4224 N. Lincoln Blvd.
OKC, OK 73105
Office hours have changed: In an effort to keep our staff safe and provide sustainable services, we are limiting our service hours to 9:30am - 2:30pm Monday - Friday. If you know of someone needing services, please have them call 405-528-3663 between 9am - 2pm weekdays and we will schedule a same-day appointment. We are not able to serve families during other times, so please encourage everyone to call ahead before they come.
|Children's Safety Network
||The Children’s Safety Network works with state and jurisdiction Maternal & Child Health and Injury & Violence prevention programs to create an environment in which all infants, children, and youth are safe and healthy. Our goal is to equip states and jurisdictions to strengthen their capacity, utilize data and implement effective strategies to make reductions in injury-related deaths, hospitalizations, and emergency department visits.
||The No. 1 online resource for children's mental health information
Spanish translations available