A First-Hand Experience with Online Counseling during COVID-19

By AACs’ Deputy Director Leigha Shoup While we are all adjusting to the new day-to-day life of social distancing and shelter-in-place rules, I felt it was important to share my experience with mental health telemedicine. I very rarely discuss my personal life or my mental health experiences publicly, but I am choosing to share this Read More

Coronavirus & Disabilities

By Guest Writer Shari Cooper As the epidemic of the Coronavirus has invaded the entire world, we’re left with a lot of uncertainties of what’s going to happen to life as we know it. Everyone is scrambling trying to make sense of what’s going on while trying to make sure they have all the essentials Read More

Watching for abuse during this time of isolation

By AACs Executive Director Katherine Yoder, MS, CFI As our society moves from a community setting into one of isolation, there are many invisible repercussions for individuals with disabilities. One of the most concerning is the very high likelihood that abuse of individuals with disabilities will increase and reporting of the alleged abuse will decrease. For Read More

Go get some fresh air! Just keep your distance

Governor DeWine has asked Ohio’s citizens to stay at home and practice social distancing to combat COVID-19. Social distancing means staying at least six feet away from anyone who does not live with you or take care of you in your home. However, social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t get outside for some fresh air. In Read More

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