May 2021: COVID-19 and its Impact on the Autism and Developmental Disability

Our May 2021 Survey went nationwide! We had an astounding 6700 people participate from across the United States. Thank you to all the families who participated. The focus was on vaccination, re-entry into social events, and families in crisis.


Feb 2021: COVID-19 and its Impact on the Autism and Developmental Disability Inland Empire Community

Thank you to all of our community partners and families who participated in the Feb 2021 Survey.  Over 760 individuals participated in this survey looking at attitudes around school, medical and Regional Center services as well as how many families had contracted COVID and attitudes around vaccines.


March 2020 – Sept 2020: COVID-19 and its Impact on the Autism and Developmental Disability Inland Empire Community

I want to thank all of the family members who took the time to share how COVID-19 has affected their daily lives.  From March to September 2020 over 1,100 people responded to a brief Coronavirus survey specifically addressing our local community.  We have learned a lot about how COVID-19 has affected our community and have highlighted our findings in the report below.  This information is being used as we create new services, identify gaps, and advocate for our community.

We believe we are a community connected by the people we love and care about.  Thank you for taking your time to make our community a better place.

Take care, wear a mask, wash your hands, stay 6 feet apart, and remember we will get through this together.


COVID Data from the Autism Society of California

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This Resource Guide was developed to provide families and professionals with an opportunity to find resources related to autism in the Inland Empire in one place.

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