TURN HALLOWEEN FEARS INTO FUN FOR YOUR CHILD WITH AUTISM
Halloween - That one day of the year filled with fear and fright - all in good fun of course. Being scared of scary things to a reasonable degree is natural and important for survival. But some children with autism are unable to self-regulate or control and adjust their emotions, feelings, and thoughts. They have to be taught directly to make sense out of their fears so that they do not become overly fearful.
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