Tips for stress-free trick-or-treating & more!

Autumn is here, the school year has begun and Halloween is less than 2 weeks away. It is important to remember that children on the autism spectrum (and other special needs kids) are handling these changes in a completely different way than typical kids due to their underlying immunological problems.

Between the costumes, crowds and sugar-coated candy, Halloween can quickly turn from a "treat" to a "trick." To make the experience fun for your child and stress-free for you, take a look at our tips for making this holiday a little less scary...