Prepare your Child for Halloween
Printable Trick-or-Treat Cards by Pathfinders for Autism
Make Halloween a Better Experience by Pathfinders for Autism
Make Halloween a Better Experience; 7 Tips that Set you up for Success! by Autism Society
Halloween Precaution for Children on the Autism Spectrum by My Asperger’s Child
Halloween Safety by Pathfinders for Autism
10 Halloween Safety Tips for Children with Special Needs by Parenting Special Needs Magazine
Preparing Children for Trick or Treating by Sandbox Learning
Great ideas for pumpkin decorating that doesn't include carving and scooping out! Eww!
No carve pumpkins decorating ideas for those of us who don't like the slimy feel of pumpkin guts!
60+ Best No Carve Pumpkin Ideas! Crafts, Activities and more! by Good House Keeping online magazine
No Knife Needed Pumpkin Decorating Ideas! by Diply
Decorate a Pumpkin! by Parenting Special Needs Magazine
Bring a touch of the sensory fun of the season indoors with these delightful Halloween sensory bins!
20 Halloween Sensory Bins to Delight! by Mommy Evolution
Create your own Costume for Halloween! by Parenting Special Needs Magazine
Social Picture Story “How” to go trick-or-treating by One Place for Special Needs
This is a great page that includes a social picture story on "how" to go trick-or-treating along with a link that depicts videos of real life kids and families going around the neighborhood. Includes resource for dealing with anxieties and alternate activities.
Halloween Social Stories and Activities by Positively Autism
Halloween Social Stories Source: A Day in Our Shoes