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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health and Safety Guide

ASERT has compiled resources for those with autism and those who care for people with autism relating to the current COVID-19 outbreak.

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#ASDNext is designed to connect Pennsylvania teens and adults with autism to the most helpful resources and information, and with others in their community.

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Recent blogs

Trying something new

Out-of-Sync Woman

Out-of-Sync Woman is doing new tasks for her job but she is struggling with not being perfect the first time. In this blog, she writes about learning to be okay with making mistakes and learning new things.

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Cars Are Not the Enemy

Miriam

The last couple years, Miriam has heard a large amount of anti-car rhetoric in the news, during town halls, and in everyday conversation. They give their perspective on why it's simplistic to blame cars for many problems. They also share their experiences with public transportation.

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Keeping Fit (and Relaxed!)

Sarah Matincheck

During this summer, Sarah joined a gym. Sarah feels more confident and healthier when she goes to the gym. She thinks it's important to take time off from the gym for a "cheat day" so she can relax with family too.

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New Job Heebie Jeebies

Out-of-Sync Woman

Out-of-Sync Woman has conflicting feelings about her new job. She is both excited and nervous about having more work hours, increased responsibilities, and doing a good enough job.

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Transition Resources

#ASDNext houses resources and information for Pennsylvania teens and adults with autism, as well as family members, caregivers, professionals and community members. Use this resource navigator to find the information most relevant to you.

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