Labeling the Disabled
There’s a new idea going around this October.
Children who are autistic, or otherwise nonspeaking, can carry a blue pumpkin Halloween night. This will signal to the treat-giver that the child wants candy, but can’t say the words, “Trick or Treat.”
Similar ideas have popped up in past years, such as bags with the words, “I can’t say Trick or Treat, but I’m trying!”