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How to Celebrate Halloween with Someone with Special Needs
How to Celebrate Halloween with Someone with Special Needs

Like most children, children with special needs typically enjoy hanging out with friends, dressing up, and getting gifts from neighbors on Halloween. If you are worried about celebrating Halloween with a special needs person in your life, here are some tips to help! Listen ...

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