If you have spent most of your time at home during the coronavirus pandemic, the world can look different when you re-enter into daily life. Here are a few ways to help prepare yourself and your family.
Working from home has taken on a whole new definition in the midst of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. This new normal leaves many parents feeling overwhelmed and maybe even concerned about the future.
Practicing self-care is an important way of managing your stress levels, your overall mental health and well-being. Canopy team members share their self-care tips.
As parents embrace the reality of distance learning for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, many are concerned about their child falling behind. For parents of special needs students, they may also be concerned about regression. Canopy Children’s Solutions’ …
We are living in unprecedented times and that has led to a lot of strain and anxiety among parents and families. This may be felt even more so by parents of children with autism spectrum disorder. Dr. Chris Furlow, BCBA-D, shares thoughts about how autism families can cope during this unusual time.
Life in the U.S. looks a lot different than it did even a week ago as the outbreak from coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread. Canopy Children’s Solutions provides expert insight on normalizing and coping tips for families.