Staying Connected with SEEC
This has been a challenging year for many of us. But it’s
been especially challenging for the people we support.
On March 12, 2020 more than 350 adults supported by
SEEC were living, working, and thriving as involved
members of their communities, interacting with
nondisabled coworkers, neighbors, and others in a
wide variety of settings. On March 13, 2020 in-person
community involvement came to an abrupt halt nobody
could have predicted due to COVID.
While a few of the people SEEC supports were deemed
essential workers and continued in their community
jobs, many people we support were furloughed. And,
those not working no longer had access to community
activities to connect with others and faced weeks, then
months of home confinement.