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NEW JERSEY — The COVID-19 outbreak can be especially confusing and traumatizing for people with developmental disabilities.

The Arc of New Jersey, the largest advocacy organization for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has been working on ways to keep this vulnerable community connected amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Executive director Tom Baffuto spoke with PIX11’s Dan Mannarino about the ways his staff members are keeping people engaged during a time of social isolation.