The COVID pandemic has affected just about every aspect of life, and our traditional Halloween celebrations will be no exception. Seattle Children’s published an article to help families with and without autism participate in the spookiest time of year safely. Tips for passing out candy, incorporating a mask into children’s costumes, socially distancing, and developing a safety back-up plan are discussed at length. Unsure if trick-or-treating or visiting a pumpkin patch is best for your family? Alternative celebrations are also discussed. Access the article here, and happy haunting.
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