The “stay-at-home” orders in place during the coronavirus pandemic has required a switch from in-person therapy and instruction to remote learning.

Remote instruction presents unique obstacles for students with disabilities, many of whom rely on physical and occupational therapy, afterschool programs, and other support services difficult to replicate online, a news article from The Daily Northwestern opines. 

The article explores these obstacles in further depth and shares how some are trying to overcome them. Read it here.