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Focus on Halloween Safety
October 2017 | Issue No. 157
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All parents want their kids to have a super-fun (and not-too-spooky) time trick-or-treating—all while staying safe.


Use these AAP tips to ensure a fun-filled day and night for everyone.

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By: Claire McCarthy, MD, FAAP

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1017_boy_tricktreat.jpgKids can get lost anywhere—at an amusement park, in a store, in a crowd, and sometimes even right in your own neighborhood. Many parents of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) know this feeling all too well. Here are tips from the AAP to protect children withh ASD from this very real and scary danger.

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