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How to Prepare for Halloween If Your Child Is Non-Speaking

How to Prepare for Halloween If Your Child Is Non-Speaking

Published: Nov. 4, 2023Updated: Nov. 16, 2023

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Non-speaking trick-or-treating is possible. Kids may not know they’re getting some extra practice signing or using their AAC device when they go trick-or-treating, but hey, here’s to silver linings! Lindsay Pineda, M.A., and BCBA Executive Director of Empowered Behavior Solutions offers some tips.

For more about celebrating the holiday with your children with disabilities, see Creating a More Inclusive Halloween Experience.

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