Here at the ASAP Lab, we understand the difficulties all families face during this time and how especially hard this can be for those families with ASD. As we continue our research from home we hope to help by providing any resources we can to help.
Below you can find:
Webinars sponsored by The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research and Collaboration in Autism (CIRCA) at UBC.
Links to Covid-19 resources through the Autism Community Training Program
Updates on how the ASAP Lab is continuing our research and how you can get involved online
CIRCA Webinar Series
The Centre for Interdisciplinary Research and Collaboration in Autism (CIRCA) at UBC has sponsored five COVID-19 webcasts for parents through ACT-Autism Community Training. All are available at no cost.
- Using Enforced Family Time to Support Learning at Home
- What Can I Do with My Child All Day? Strategies for Supporting Young Children
- Coping with Behavior Challenges during COVID-19 – Setting Realistic Expectations for Families (pt. 1)
- Coping with Behavior Challenges during COVID-19 – Setting Realistic Expectations for Families (pt. 2)
- Practical Tips for Helping Families Reduce Stress
ACT Community Support Resources
ACT is aware that the current health environment is deeply worrying for many families in our community, as well as autistic adults, and the professionals who support them. Therefore ACT is gathering information on their page to support families during the COVID-19 crisis, including resources specific to those who are neuro-diverse and useful general resources. Click Here to Learn more.
ASAP Lab Research Online
All in-person research at the ASAP lab is on hold due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but there are still opportunities to participate remotely!
- The ACES Project has moved online and is looking for males ages 14-22 to participate. Click here to learn more.