At-Home Learning Activities for Children with Disabilities: How to Make Social Distancing More Social for Your Child

Most students are out of school because of the coronavirus, and many parents are staying home with them. Between working from home and homeschooling, it may feel like your attention is being pulled in a million different directions, which makes coming up with ways to keep your kids occupied that much harder.

We’ve come up with a list of at-home activities that can be modified for children of all abilities. Some may require adult supervision, but all will encourage constructive play and learning.

LifeROOTS is here to support your family during this time of uncertainty, and our team has a number of ways to keep kids learning and expanding on their skills during these difficult times. We are currently providing services for children through Telehealth, and are waiting for the DOH to approve the continuation of our adult programs. If you have any questions or concerns, or would like to discuss other activities that you can do at home with your child to keep them on track in their development, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Dawnita Blackmon-Mosely, Director of our Children’s Therapy and Services Division at

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