Mask wearing in public is being more widely encouraged. Whilst some people may like wearing a mask, others may find it more tricky, either because of sensory issues, or because it's hard for them to understand why they need to wear a mask. Here are some resources which may help:
Easy read guidance about wearing masks is available here.
Some strategies for encouraging mask wearing.
Some people may experience anxiety or sensory issues. Buttons can be used to avoid the mask's elastic going round the ears, and for attaching the mask to glasses, a headband or a hat. Here are some alternative suggestions for mask wearing for those who wear glasses; and some ideas for making a headband with buttons.
This social story about wearing masks, courtesy of the Autism Research Institute, may help.
The Government guidance on wearing masks.