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Mom Urges Use of Blue Halloween Buckets to Raise Autism Awareness

Mom Urges Use of Blue Halloween Buckets to Raise Autism Awareness

Mom Urges Use of Blue Halloween Buckets to Raise Autism Awareness 599 399 Dave Zambotti

October 24, 2019

Halloween should be fun. For children with autism, particularly nonverbal autism, it can be frustrating and nearly impossible. One mom’s efforts to introduce a blue bucket to signify a child has autism is catching on. Learn more about how you can incorporate the blue bucket into your Halloween plans.

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