No matter the age – if you have a child with autism, “halloweening” may be a challenge! If you are prepared, you can make it fun, if not… boo! It will be a trick to have a treat.

Your Halloween approach to the child with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has everything to do with the child’s Functional Developmental Level (FDL), that is, their ability to function socially. The 6 FDLs are at the core of The PLAY Project’s Autism Early Intervention Model. Here’s a quick summary of what you need to know about social functioning by FDL to have a ghost of a chance for a happy Halloween!

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