1. Tips for a Safe Night of Trick or Treating

    Halloween is a night filled with treats, playful tricks, festive costumes, and lots of chocolate!  However since most activities, especially trick or treating, take place after nightfall, it's important to keep safety at the forefront of your mind.   Skip the Masks Masks are as hard to see out of as they are uncomfortable which makes it more likely your child will trip or fall down as they move…Read More

  2. Halloween Costume Ideas for Children with Sensory Processing Concerns

    Complete with the promise of candy, jack-o’-lanterns, evening strolls, and fun costumes, Halloween is a holiday that fills kids with excitement. But kids with sensory processing challenges may have a difficult time this time of year, especially when it comes to choosing a costume. While other kids might be enthusiastic about pulling on a mask or a hat, squeezing into an overstuffed costume, and …Read More

  3. allergy safe halloween

    Try Something New This Halloween: Introducing the Teal Pumpkin Project

    Playdates, sports activities, and family-friendly local events. All of these activities are fun parts of many kids’ lives, but for parents of kids with food allergies, they can be sources of nonstop worry and fear. A snack containing nuts, eggs, wheat, or dairy, or even a snack cross-contaminated with traces of those ingredients, can trigger a life-threatening reaction in a child with food aller…Read More