Resources for Talking to Kids:

About COVID-19:

About Stigma and Racism with COVID-19:

Safety and Hygiene Related to COVID-19:

About Grief & Loss Related to COVID-19:

Children with Autism:

Wellness During COVID-19:

    Resources for Schools:

    National Level:

    Information Regarding Service Delivery for Students with Disabilities:

      State Level:

        Resources for Adult Self-Care:

        Mental Health and Coping:

        Working from Home & Social Distancing (Physical Distancing):
        Burnout & Compassion Fatigue:

        Resources for Parents:

        Resources for School Psychology Graduate Students (and Information/Resources for School Psychologists to Explore):

        School psychology graduate students, including practicum and internship students, should continue to speak with their respective program directors and/or university-based supervisors on how to accomplish hours outside of traditional on-site, face-to-face time.  NASP has been flexible with their guidance; however, students should continue to engage in remote school psychology-related activities at this time.  MASP is currently working on communicating with the state regarding guidance with flexibility, including ways to accrue hours.  Please check back here for updates, and again, please keep in contact with your respective programs.  If you are a field-based supervisor for students, please encourage students to have ongoing communication with their respective training program.

        To help with accruing hours, here are some resources that have been developed by faculty across the county and state:

        In addition, to support your own, personal mental health, which is highly important at this time, please utilize the above resources for adult self-care.  In addition, below are some resources through Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) regarding taking care of your mental health during this challenging transitional time:

        Other Resources:

        • This is also another collective of resources, started by Dr. Clay Cook, who was our planned presenter for our MASP Spring 2020 conference.  We are hoping to be able to have him come back for this upcoming Fall conference.  This collective resource document is continuously updated.
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