Tips for Trick or Treating Success
Autumn is upon us and with that, memories of colorful fall leaves crunching beneath our feet, the smell of pumpkin spice greeting us at our front door and the excitement of Halloween just around the corner. Participating during the Halloween season can sometimes be overwhelming and scary for our children with disabilities. Preparing our children early for what they can expect can help them comfortably participate in what the season has to offer. Click on the links below for tips to get your child prepared for successful trick or treating.
Helpful Hints for an Autism-Friendly Halloween