Even as households worldwide self-isolate to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, we’re the furthest thing from isolated when it comes to what we’re experiencing—starting from the shared stress and concern we’re feeling amid such significant upheaval and uncertainty.

For families with a child on the autism spectrum, these times can be uniquely concerning. Disruption to autism spectrum disorder (ASD) kids’ structure and routine can be deeply unsettling, triggering behavioral changes and making the new normal all the more challenging for themselves and their families around them.

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