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Project ECHO and Project Reassure partner for Fostering Resilience for Neurodiverse Communities series

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed all Pennsylvanians to unprecedented levels of stress and uncertainty. For neurodiverse Pennsylvanians and their caregivers, this stress and anxiety may be particularly high. Additionally, the continuing uncertainty about safe and gradual re-entry into community activities may be another source of significant stress.

A Penn State Project ECHO series, which uses the Community Resilience Model, will provide participants with strategies in supporting neurodiverse individuals struggling with anxiety related to the COVID-19 pandemic and building resilience.

“I was hoping we would do some good stuff, but this has really exceeded my expectations,” Michael Murray said.

Seven sessions of this series will be offered beginning in January 2023.

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