Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health and Safety Guide
ASERT has put together some resources for those with autism and those who care for people with autism relating to the current Coronavirus outbreak.
As summer starts to die down, I wonder what my next set of plans will be since I would usually be starting school around this time. Since I won’t be doing anything school or work related for a while, I think I’ll just go on the rest of this autumn actually enjoying it and taking a small breath before I go for my next move in December and January. This just feels new to me because I never got the chance to really think this much on what I should do next, but I am very confident that by the time it all ends I will feel confident in the decision that I make.
So as for this break in the fall, this is going to feel very new to me because I am not too sure on how I should spend my time this fall but there are probably lots of things that I can enjoy. I’m usually the busiest person around that time, and now that I’m actually strongly thinking of continuing school in the spring, maybe I should get my head straightened by taking some pictures and enjoying the scenery. Since I enjoy taking pictures, maybe I can try to expand the way I travel in parts of Philly to take pictures and get my mind off of the situations that worry me and make it a time worth having before I continue off to school. Or, I might spend more time writing to get my very nervous thoughts out. Whatever it is, I won’t let this become an issue to me in the future or in other events where I have long breaks like this.