Available Discounts, Savings, Special Programs
Comcast is now offering new, low-income Internet Essentials customers two months of free internet and raising the speed of that program’s service. Xfinity WiFi hotspots across the country will be available for free to all users and data plans will be paused for 60 days, giving customers unlimited data for no additional charge. Additionally, the company will not disconnect a customer’s internet service during this period or assess late fees if they contact the company regarding their inability to pay. No Social Security number required to apply. More information is available here: https://www.internetessentials.com/covid19#thingstoknow&all_DoIliveinaComcastarea
AT&T will be offering two months of free service to new customers who order Access by April 30, 2020, includes free installation, free in home Wi-Fi and a data allowance of 150GB or 1TB depending on speed available in your area. Their program is under Access from AT&T. More information is available here: https://www.att.com/shop/internet/access/index.html?source=ECmj0000000000mbU&wtExtndSource=access#!/#%2F
Lifeline Program. Families can also apply for the Lifeline program based on income or participation in government programs such as SNAP or Medicaid for assistance with their bill. Verizon participates in this program for discounted phone and internet services. The application is attached and more information can be found here: https://www.lifelinesupport.org/do-i-qualify/
The Coronavirus Pandemic has provided many new and unexpected challenges for everyone. Whether you are a young mother, a parent working from home, or grandparent used to helping with the kids, we’ve all had to adapt to new modes of coping in a very short span of time. Being in a lockdown situation creates new challenges, especially for those caring for young children, children with developmental delays, and those with special needs. Here are a few tips for staying motivated and supportive in the age of COVID-19.
The news about COVID-19 can be frightening, a major pandemic that has spread to almost every country around the world. The good news is that kids are affected differently than adults. Under 1% of cases have been recorded in children 9 years-old and under, and many of these have mild or no symptoms. There may be no fever, no cough, and no other sign of infection.
On this page, we will present Coronavirus information and resources as they become available to us,