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Halloween Buckets for Autism Awareness

This Halloween support individuals with autism by keeping a look out for blue jack-o-lantern candy buckets! One mom's post on Facebook went viral as she chose to alert others to her son's autism by using a blue bucket, instead of the traditional orange bucket. This is a more subtle way to notify others that a trick-or-treater might be non-verbal, a bit older, or have certain special needs. Support autism awareness by sharing this mom's post and by being sensitive to the needs of all trick-or-treaters this Halloween! https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10157974173959683&set=a.381863594682&type=3



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