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5 Ways to Help Children With Sensory Challenges Participate in Halloween Festivities

Overwhelming sights, smells, and textures do not have to sideline children While many children enjoy Halloween traditions of tick-or-treating, pumpkin carving, and interaction with costume-clad “ghouls and goblins,” children affected by a sensory processing disorder may interpret and react differently to these holiday activities. “Children with sensory processing challenges may become overwhelmed with the wide array of sounds, sights and… 

New Event: Hallowglow Glow Nights TreeRunner Adventure Parks

Are you looking for some fall Halloween fun this year? TreeRunner Adventure Parks in West Bloomfield, 6600 West Maple Road on the campus of the Jewish Community Center, and Rochester, 7553 Meadow Brook Road near Oakland University, will host one of the most fun, family-friendly, and socially distanced, Halloween events of the fall season – HallowGlow Glow Nights! For years…