Halloween is a fun time for a lot of kids and adults, but for people on the autism spectrum, Halloween can sometimes be a struggle.

Costume and makeup textures can be distracting, irritating or too stimulating.

Meeting strangers trick or treating door to door can be overwhelming.

And pets, especially big dogs who want to come to the door to greet them, can be too frightening for some kids.

Read the full article to see tips and tricks to make Halloween more welcoming.

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