Sensory Friendly Events: Providing community-based events to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disord

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Sensory Friendly : Trunk or Treat

Trunk or Treat

RISE for Autism's annual Trunk or Treat promotes a safer and more inclusive celebration to the traditional Halloween festivity. Our event understands that individuals with disabilities of all ages may struggle or be excluded from typical trick-or-treating due to: social skills, physical accessibility, communication, allergies, etc. RISE's Trunk or Treat facilitates a lower sensory demand on guests by providing an environment with no harsh lights nor sounds, and many treats delivered in accordance with the Teal Pumpkin Project (non-edible, ex. stickers). Guests and their families can also use the event to practice the skills associated with trick-or-treating prior to the big day. Our Trunk or Treat is a family-friendly event and we encourage siblings to participate as well! Participants of all ages are welcome to join us for Trunk or Treating, games, crafts, activities, and much more!


Interested in passing out candy at a trunk and/or volunteering?

RISE is requesting volunteers to park their car and hand out treats, run games, assist in crafts, and much more. The link below takes you to our volunteer registration where you can see a complete list of opportunities. RISE is happy to sign off on any volunteer logs that may be required. 

Click here to access our volunteer sign up page. 

Register now!

  • Date: Saturday, October  26, 2019
  • Time: 4-7 pm
  • Where: (RISE for Autism) 510 McCormick Drive, Suite U-W, Glen Burnie, MD 21061
  • There is no fee to register, but registration is required.
  • If you have any questions, please email  our Program Coordinator, Casie Jahnigen: cjahnigen@riseforautism.org

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