Halloween is a great way to get out in the community and meet your neighbours. And while a holiday that involves dressing up and getting candy is a dream come true for many children, it is not quite so simple for children with sensory issues, physical challenges, restricted diets or other disabilities and developmental needs.
Get excited and plan together as a family, letting the kids lead the way. Here are some ideas to help make your Halloween safe and fun for kids of all abilities.
Involve your child:
Have a safe and happy Halloween!
Catulpa - (FFS) Mindfulness Resources for Families, Caregivers, Teens & Children - Online
The purpose of this session is for information sharing and to inform caregivers where to look to find resources for themselves and their family to start using Mindfulness as a daily practice.
Kinark - Transition to Adulthood - Online
Kinark’s free Transition to Adulthood sessions help to educate parents and caregivers on the services and supports available once their child turns 18.
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