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COVID-19 Information and Resources

We are here to help you during this health crisis

All in-person services are currently suspended to align with the shelter-in-place order.
Updates for reopening will be provided in the near future.

Have there been any cases of COVID-19 at AbilityPath?

As of today, there have been no confirmed COVID-19 cases reported to AbilityPath by our staff or clients. We are taking preventative measures and implementing program changes in line with guidelines provided by public health officials. If you, or someone you are in close contact with, has been diagnosed with Coronavirus, please email us at

Which programs are suspended?

All in-person services are suspended to align with the shelter-in-place order. Many of our programs are offering virtual services during this time:

  • Learning Links | Milestones Preschools Learning Links preschools reopened to essential workers on June 15th. The Milestones facility will remain closed until the end of summer.
  • Children’s Therapy is offering tele-therapy options for parents and their children and for our school district clients.
  • Family Support Services is maintaining support services and developmental screenings through virtual tools.
  • Adult Services Job Coaching, Independent Living Skills, and Computer Education sessions will be offered remotely, and in-person services will be provided for those who need emergency services. Group Employment sites remain open on a case by case basis.

Will staff be paid during the closure?

In April, we made the decision to maintain full pay and benefits for our employees through the end of June. For questions or concerns, please contact Human Resources at or call 650-259-0170.


What is social distancing?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention defines social distancing as “remaining out of congregate settings, avoiding mass gatherings, and maintaining distance (approximately 6 feet or 2 meters) from others when possible.”

How can I help reduce the spread of COVID-19?

Social distancing and hand washing are some of the most important things you can do to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has a lot of useful information on their website:

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