The coronavirus will not stop our commitment to doing autism better together! Those who depend on us most cannot wait for “normalcy” to arrive. But we are not sitting idle, and never will as long as our community is counting on our services. That’s why ARTC San Diego is participating in #GivingTuesdayNow on May 5th.
#GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of giving and unity as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.
From Founder + CEO Tracy Sekhon:
There was a book written by Spencer Johnson in 1998 called "Who Moved My Cheese?" It's a motivational business fable that offers insight on dealing with change in your work and your life. I found myself reaching for that book last month, when the news broke that we would be required to stay at home to "flatten the COVID-19 curve."
Jess @ kalaevolution.com/business-coaching/ supports ARTC Providers. In a recent interview, she said, "Current coaching sessions are all about dealing with the Covid_19 Pandemic. I’ve been talking about making fast changes in business. Children and parents simply cannot wait for educators and therapeutic agencies to offer resources. Innovative strategies are necessary in order to offer solutions to those who need it most.
In this interview, Tracy Sekhon (ARTC) and Jessica Engel (Kala Evolution) chat about the impact of social distancing for families with special needs. At ARTC, Autism Providers are putting resources together to offer online solutions for children and families, RIGHT NOW...at home, during Shelter in Place.
Watch the interview here: https://youtu.be/HqbvaUS30aE