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Parent Blog

Halloween is just a few days away and for many families it means celebrating school parties, church carnivals, or trick-or-treating. While it can be a fun and exciting time for children, it is important to remember that Halloween can also be stressful, especially for those children with dietary restrictions. So what can you do to be inclusive of all children this Halloween? Below we have some ideas for a successful Halloween:
  • Teal Pumpkin
    • A Teal Pumpkin is an indicator to families that your house is handing out non-food treats for children that might have allergies or not be able to enjoy the candies other children would on Halloween. By having a Teal Pumpkin on your porch, you are ensuring that every child that visits your house is able to enjoy the treats you offer.
    • If your child is unable to eat candy on Halloween, it is important to prepare them for the night ahead of time. Explain what they might encounter and work on self-calming skills that will help your child if they feel frightened or overwhelmed on Halloween night.
  • Printable Card for Non-Verbal children
  • Costume ideas for Wheelchairs or Walkers