How to ensure a "sensory-free" Halloween for children with autism

Hanna Green from Families for Effective Autism Treatment gives tips for creating a "non-sensory" Halloween experience

Families for Effective Autism Treatment of Washington wants every child to have a fun and comfortable Halloween this season. For children with Autism, it is easy suffer from sensory overload, especially on an exciting day like Halloween. Hanna Green from the organization joins New Day to share some costume and trick-or-treating tips to ensure a happy Halloween for all. 

Visit Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT) website here.

Visit Washington Autism Alliance & Advocacy website here

 

 

 

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