Here you can find resources that facilitate delivering remote support during COVID-19 lockdown and reopening phase. Remote support can be tele-consultation, tele-assessment, tele-intervention, etc.
Filming baby’s general movements at home, A guide for families
This guide will help you film your baby at home under the best possible conditions so that a health professional can assess your baby’s movements.
The human rights of children with disabilities and impact on neurodevelopment during the COVID-19 pandemic
In this webinar MD Veronica Schiariti from the University of Victoria, Canada, shares materials promoting the rights of children with disabilities during the covid-19 pandemic. The content includes the rights of access remote support and equility during the covid-19 crisis. Some of these materials were recently presented at a short AACPDM e-course.
Author: MD Veronica Schiariti
Disability considerations during the COVID-19 pandemic
In this podcast Dr Veronica Schiariti from UVIC, Canada, describes key points of the World Health Organization’s document dedicated to disability considerations during the COVID-19 outbreak. A special section has been added to include children and youth with disabilities and their families.
Author: MD Veronica Schiariti
Attending your child’s video appointment
Attending your child’s video appointment. A tele-health guide for families.
Author: Centre of Research Excellence in Newborn Medicine & The University of Melbourne
Template developed for healthcare workers asking them to take photo with PPE for children with autism.
Author: As I Am – Ireland’s National Autism Charity & Advocacy Organization
Covid-19 and early intervention: Understanding the impact, preparing for recovery
This report highlights the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown on local services for children and families, based on the experiences of service leaders and head teachers, and explores their responses to both the immediate challenges and the major challenges on the horizon, as the country moves towards recovery.
Author: Hannah Wilson, Stephanie Waddell, Early Intervention Foundation
Socio-sexual Education (in Polish)
The video shows a short and remote version of the Sociosexual Education classes for people with intellectual disabilities. In the material, the therapist recalls the correct names for female and male intimate body parts, discusses some difficult situations in the area of sexuality, i.e. who can and who cannot touch our intimate body parts. And gives tips on what to do in a situation when someone crosses the limits of our physicality and whom ask for help when you feel something is wrong.
Author: Marta Jurczyk PhD, University of Gdansk, Poland
Promoting and supporting children’s health and healthcare during COVID-19 – International Paediatric Association Position Statement
This paper provides recommendations from the International Pediatric Association for children’s health and healthcare during COVID-19. The IPA highlights the health needs of children and outlines priorities for preserving newborn, child and adolescent health during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond, where social distancing and lockdowns threaten access to routine care and preventive services.
Author: International Pediatric Association
Lifting and holding the baby
Instructional video with tips for parents on how to take a good care of a baby, lifting and holding a baby.
Authors: Sylwia Romaniak , Aleksandra Edel- Barna; Early Intervention Centre, Polish Association for Persons with Intellectual Disability, Gdansk, Poland
FLARE’s Top Tips For Professionals
Top tips for professionals who are communicating online with children and young people.
Authors: Councli for Disabled Children, FLARE – young people’s advisory group
Reducing parental conflict in the context of Covid-19: Adapting to virtual and digital provision of support
The report focuses on how Covid-19 and the lockdown have impacted on issues relating to parental conflict, and how those seeking to reduce parental conflict can adapt to the current situation using virtual and digital methods.
Authors: Dr Virginia Ghiara, Dr Inês Pote, Miriam Sorgenfrei, Max Stanford