This Halloween my main goal is to make sure that 1. the kidsโ  have fun & 2. stay safe while trick-or-treating. Having fun will be a no brainer, but I can’t say how many Halloweens go by where I find myself coming up with some rules before we leave the house. This year, I have come up with 9 Halloween Saftey Tips that will keep the fun flowing and will put safety first!

*9. The Blue Bucket movement is a new way to include children with autism while trick or treating. “Trick or treat” is typically a said when children walk up to a door and are ready for candy. Some children with autism do not necessarily want to say that and won’t. This is a way to spread awareness to homeowners. Please keep this in mind this Halloween!