During any time of crisis, misinformation and rumors can cause fear and unnecessary anxiety. This resource page provides quick links and references to answer many of your questions and calm your concerns. If you think there is an error in our information or have something you feel would be helpful for people with disabilities to know during this pandemic, please send your information to firstname.lastname@example.org. We intend these web pages to be of value to you. Help us continue to update and improve on our start.
Any new information will stay highlighted in red for that week. Every Friday morning, we will send out an update to our membership containing the information added the previous week. If you would like to be updated regularly, go to Join CCDC and sign up for a free membership.
A letter from our Executive Director, Julie Reiskin, with information about the gradual reopening of our office, what to expect coming up, and how to reach someone if you need help.
This page holds the archive of all statements, communications, and other letters that have been written or signed on to by CCDC.
The CDC and other organizations have compiled a number of videos in ASL talking about many of the issues related to the COVID-19 Pandemic. You can find them listed on this new page.
We still have the same 24-hours in the day, but some of us may have more space to try something new. We’d like to share some possibilities with you. And the best part – you can do them from home.
This section is dedicated to dispelling rumors, providing clarification, offering guidance, interesting and informative articles relating to life during a pandemic.
Use these quick links to access official information regarding the pandemic and the impact it may have on you. The websites listed are official government sites or trusted by CCDC.
There are a lot of rumors and outright wrong information. This section attempts to put your mind at ease by dispelling the misinformation circulating out there.
This section contains information about what resources and assistance are available to make a difficult time a little easier.
Practicing Social Distancing also means we risk isolating ourselves from others. CCDC is committed to holding regular virtual events – from educational webinars to informational Q and A’s with subject matter experts, and online celebrations of successes and wins we all experience. Look to this page for the latest online events.