Our nation is facing an unprecedented public health crisis. With the outbreak of COVID-19, parents are navigating their new normal with children at home, jobs to keep, and serious concerns about nutrition and medical care. At the same time, educators are wondering how to connect with and reach all of their students from a distance. 

Every student deserves access to educational opportunities — even if that means virtual education during this pandemic. And if educators are expected to innovate and act nimbly during these unprecedented times, we must provide the resources schools and districts so desperately need to effectively design those learning opportunities and educate all students. 

NCLD and its community of parents, educators, and advocates will work together to navigate this new reality as safely as possible. To that end, we will continue to update this webpage to be a resource to our community. 

Parent Resources

Parent Resources

Learn more about what you can do as a parent to support your child during the COVID-19 crisis. Learn More

Young Adult Resources

Young Adult Resources

From college transitions to workforce issues, learn how you can continue to succeed during the COVID-19 crisis. Learn More.

Educator Resources

Educator Resources

Learn more about what you can do as an educator to support students with disabilities during the COVID-19 crisis. Learn More

Legislative Updates

Legislative Updates

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