The following providers offer care for rides, special needs, and family mental health. Our sponsor providers came together to initiate the Covid Childcare Collaborative, but we are not an exhaustive list. Please check back regularly for additional providers, or submit your organization to be included here.
HopSkipDrive is a safe youth transportation solution which connects those in need of a ride — age six and up as well as senior citizens - with rigorously-vetted CareDrivers. All CareDrivers are required to have at least five years of caregiving experience and pass a stringent 15-point certification process.
HopSkipDrive has capacity available to help our community during this time of crisis. Whether that be meal delivery for a senior, taking a child to pick up free lunch from a school meal program, getting children with IEPs to their appointments, helping health workers with their child transportation needs, and much more. Please email email@example.com for more information.
SPECIAL NEEDS CARE | FREE
About Special X
Special X helps parents raising children with disabilities connect with expert knowledge, community guidance, and health and learning resources. Our platform is personalized to your child’s strengths, loves, and needs to ensure they get access to the best care possible.
For families raising children with disabilities, the COVID-19 crisis is particularly challenging. The Special X Community is available for assistance and will be free to access through the summer.
WELLNESS & SUPPORT | SPECIAL NEEDS CARE
About Tot Squad
Tot Squad connects parents to service providers for support from pregnancy through early childhood, normally either in-person or virtually. We offer expert guidance in birth preparation, lactation, car seat installation, sleep training, and home safety.
During COVID-19, Tot Squad is fully digital. Parents can book video support with doulas, lactation consultants, care seat inspectors, cleanliness experts, and education support, including speech and occupational therapy. Our Home Safety Assessment is designed specifically to inform parents on best practices for health during coronavirus.