Created for those Trick or Treaters that may have difficulty saying ‘Trick or Treat’ or ‘Thank You’. Happy Halloween and Enjoy!
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Doc McStuffin’s Themed Clinic at the Autism Health & Wellness Symposium
[…] non-verbal children or those with limited communication may come with pre-printed Halloween thank you cards. Also, many parents will practice Halloween with their children ahead of time to make it easier […]
[…] or just unaware that they are supposed to/why they are supposed to. Some may carry cards like this. Some may have a communication device. Some may just expect you give them candy. When in doubt, […]
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