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The Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19 as many of us know it, is a new virus that has been spreading throughout the world since the end of 2019 and will continue to, hence causing what we currently know as a Global Pandemic. The symptoms of COVID-19 include, but are not limited to: fever, cough, shortness of breath, and loss of taste or smell. As the world continues to adapt to the reality of dealing with this new Global Pandemic, Triad Coordinated Services remains committed to partnering with families and clients to grow and nurture potential all while monitoring and adapting to the latest safety protocols for COVID-19. 

We are fervently continuing to monitor the guidelines of the CDC, WHO, and NCDHHS. We are also continuing to adapt our policies and procedures to meet the ever growing needs, concerns, and safety of our clients, families, and staff.  This page, “COVID-19 Resources” is dedicated to keeping all members of our community updated with the important information regarding COVID-19 within their world, their nation, their community, and more importantly, within their homes. 

We hope on this page that you will find links and resources to the latest data, recommendations, resources for adults and children with I/DD, and policies and procedures from Triad Coordinated Services. As we navigate these uncertain times together, we look forward to building these resources and to partnering with you and yours for a safer tomorrow.


 The World Health Organization is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for international public health.


The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is a national public health institute in the United States.


The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is a large state agency in North Carolina


Pre-work screening for new and returning employees taken daily 30 minutes prior to working a shift in a family's home. Please also check temperature daily.


Important information regarding COVID-19 and TCS policy and procedure updates from Executive Director Amy Petitfils.


For children and adults struggling to comprehend COVID-19, here is an interactive social story in multiple languages.

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