Let’s face it, Halloween can be a bit scary for anyone!
It’s quite scary for Me!!
How many times have we seen those videos circulating on social media where the parent runs and leaves the kids because they were frightened by a prop sitting in a yard?
I’m guilty as charged!
I usually laugh until I cry.
But on a serious note, our children, not just those with autism or SPD (sensory processing disorder), are often scared by the costumes, blood, weapons, creepy ghosts, and the animated candy bowls that have hands.
Not to mention, that according to Indiana University, 40% of children with Autism had at least 1 comorbid diagnosis of anxiety disorder.
This podcast includes 6 tips to help fail proof your Halloween! Take a listen.