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Activities & Resources for Children at Home with Special Needs Guide: Exceptional Lives

By Exceptional Lives, Inc.

We've collected a list of resources and activities for children and adults with special needs that parents can use while they're at home.

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This is an ongoing program.
Every day.

Our resource guide is available at any time. Many of the online resources for children are available at any time (please see each for specific information).

If you need support, please reach out to us an leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possible.

All ages.

All grades.

We have a contact line and email that you can reach out to for both English and Spanish Speakers:

English Support:

Spanish Support:

Request assistance


Julie McKinney
Director of Product Content at Exceptional Lives (and Cambridge parent :)

No application or registration needed.


Some resources on the guide may have associated costs.


The program serves people at their homes or wherever it is needed or online.

  • Both in-person and virtual (online or over the phone).

Translation services available - Contact the organization for more details..

Resources are grouped by specific abilities and needs. Use the column on the left side of the page to jump to the right section for your and your family.

Additional information

This is a list of activities you can do at home with your kids. The list includes learning activities and therapy activities. These resources are specifically for parents of children with disabilities. The list is divided into categories in alphabetical order, including a category just for autism. The section called “Coronavirus Resources” has articles, educational & home-school resources, social stories, and support groups. At the very bottom is a section for adults with disabilities

Last updated এপ্রিল 6, 2022.

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