Sensory-Friendly Halloween Events

These Halloween Events are Sensory Friendly in Massachusetts! Check out our list of Greater Massachusetts Special-Needs Halloween Events below.

• Westwood: Arc of South Norfolk Halloween: 10/18, ages 14 and under…Read More
• Danvers: Halloween Dance for Special Needs 13+, 10/18…Read More
• Hingham: Not-So-Spooky Haunted House,10/19 & 20…Read More 
• Burlington: Sensory-Friendly Halloween,10/19…Read More
• Georgetown
Trick or Trunk Inclusive Event: Penn Brook School 10/19…Read More
• S. Hadley: Sensory-Friendly “Trail of Screams”, 10/20, 2 – 3:30 p.m. only…Read More
• Barnstable: Inclusive Halloween for Teens & Young Adults,10/24…Read More
• Hadley: Inclusive Halloween Dance Party: 10/25…Read More
• Bridgewater: Halloween Social & Dance, October 26th…Read More
• Cohasset: Halloween Dance for Special Needs, October 25th (ages 18+…Read More
• EasthamptonSensory-Friendly Halloween Party, October 25th…Read More
• Beverly: ASL Sports Halloween SpooktacularBeverly, October 26th…Read More
• Chicopee: Halloween Trunk or Treat,, October 26th…Read More
• Acton: Sensory-Friendly Halloween for Young Children, October 26th…Read More
• Fall River: Sensory Friendly Not-So-Scary Halloween, October 27th…Read More
• Peabody: Sensory-Friendly Halloween Party, October 27th …Read More
• Providence, RI: Sensory-Friendly Nights at Jack-O-Lantern Spectacular, Oct 31 – Nov 3,  5 – 6 p.m. …Read More














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“This website was inspired by our family’s years of never-ending quest for programs and services to help our now 24-year old Aspergers son. For years we searched, scoured and called disability organizations for help and respite, often to no avail. Occasionally we would meet another parent who had experienced the same pain. And they would share a resource and a name. Or we would be lucky enough to find out about a listserv, a support group, an aide looking for extra work or stumble upon a helpful website. And all those resources had more resources.

But I wanted to find one place to view upcoming events and opportunities from many of the region’s organizations. So I decided to create one for parents. And it is all about the parents. That is the mantra I repeat every day, on the phone, at parent events, and during the meet and greet sessions at the various disability fairs that I attend. Without the parents advocating, pushing and fighting for services, then nothing happens.

So whether you are a parent, teacher or support professional, if you know of an inexpensive disability event open to the general public, send it here and we will do our best to post the information. It’s one of the best ways to spread the word.”

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