Update and Links to Coronavirus Information

The SARTAC Zoom Meetings are on Monday & Thursday 1:00 ET, Noon CT, 11:00 MT and 10:00 PT.

Join on computer, tablet or smart phone –

Or call 1-929-436-2866 and the Meeting ID: 324 815 633

May 14, 2020 Update:

PBS did an important news story about how people with disabilities are getting less services during the Coronavirus emergency. Click here for the story.

Most states are requiring workers to do an OSHA Health and Safety training. Click here to get a plain language version of the training.

May 4, 2020 Update:

4-part video series from English- and Spanish- speaking self-advocates giving critical COVID information. Produced by California DD Council.

New Video – What You Need to Know About COVID-19. Learn all about COVID-19 in plain language. Made by Rooted in Rights in collaboration with ASAN.

April 30, 2020 Update

New Toolkit – A Self-Advocate’s Guide to COVID-19. Below you can download any of the 8 parts or the entire toolkit. And available at

April 15th – Final rules for how people getting SSI will get their $1,200 stimulus money. Click here

April 10th – because of Coronavirus most hospitals are not allowing visitors. New York self-advocates and families spoke up and got hospitals to allow patients with intellectual and developmental disabilities to have a support person with them when in the ER or staying in a hospital.

Here are more links to check out:

March 19 Meeting Recording on What is Social Distancing? Self-Care – How to Take Care of Yourself During COVID-19. Click here

To see or get the PowerPoint used for this meeting click here

A 3-minute video Coronavirus Tips for Staying Healthy by The Self-Determination Channel of Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities. Click here

March 17 meeting recording on What is the Coronavirus? Click here

Here is a link to other booklets from SARTAC about COVID-19 issues:

Plain Language Information on COVID-19 (in 11 languages)

A basic 8-page booklet about the Coronavirus is written by and for people with developmental disabilities. It focuses on “need to know” information (not “nice to know” information).  Our goal is to keep people with disabilities healthy during this national crisis

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