ORLANDO, Fla. — The ABA Alliance Therapy organization in Orlando hosted a Halloween trunk-or-treat event Friday for children with autism and their families.
Organizers said over 45 children attended and collected candy handed out by staff members.
In addition to the sweet treats, the children were able to enjoy games, crafts, light snacks and a costume contest.
The children were also able to learn more about trick or treating before the holiday on Sunday.
The group helped to provide Halloween entertainment in a safe and comfortable environment for families that may have concerns with overstimulation.
Officials said this is just one of several social events that ABA Alliance Therapy provides their clients when it comes to the holidays, overall life skills and to help teach them to have more fun.
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