COVID-19 has descended. To save lives and mitigate the burden on the U.S. healthcare system, we must shelter in place.
But where does that leave people with disabilities, especially the many who need special services and service providers to survive?
To contain the pandemic, governments have, for good reason, promoted containment measures such as sheltering in place and social distancing — staying away from other people to avoid spreading infection. But as Catalina Devandas Aguilar, the United Nations