The previous posts discussed what to dispense to trick-or-treaters who knock on your door, and what to have on hand for your own child when he returns from trick-or-treating. In short, have a safe supply, including non-food items, for trick-or-treaters who knock at your door. Have an even better supply for your own child.
Make your food allergic child feel special: Turn safety steps into celebrations
The exchange becomes a party. You’re going to have to censor his candy from trick-or-treating anyway, so play it up. Celebrate it; Halloween for him doesn’t end when he returns home – it’s only just beginning! Whoop it up and generate some excitement as if it were his birthday. Involve other siblings or neighbors so it becomes a party.
Next post: Video enactment of making Halloween fun for the food allergic
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