Autism and Halloween

Halloween can be frightening and hard to explain to any child. Talk of ghosts and witches, scary masks, and grave stones in the neighbor’s yard can prompt plenty of nightmares.

For children with autism, however, it can be particularly challenging to celebrate the holiday with all the new rules (yes, you can actually knock on someone’s door and ask for candy) and nuances it brings.

via Autism and Halloween: A Sometimes Scary Mix | The Stir.

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