treating kids guest blog essay

The Nightmare Before — and During — Halloween

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As a mother of three children — including a daughter who has severe autism — I understand all too well about the challenges holidays bring, including Halloween.

The following tips represent the lessons I’ve learned over the last several frightful seasons; I hope you can put them to good use with your family this Halloween.1.

SAFETY: Not all kids are comfortable with the dark — especially walking around at night. Use flashlights, glow sticks, and light-up sneakers to make it more fun and safe.

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