Before long, youngsters will be out and about trick or treating for Halloween and you might want to know what a blue Halloween bucket means.

The blue buckets are used by youngsters who have autism and it will let you know the child might be non-verbal and won't be able to say "trick or treat." The hope is  to make Halloween more inclusive and fun for all children.

Youngsters with autism often struggle when adults repeatedly ask them to say "trick or treat" when they can't speak. One mom posted it on Facebook and this practice is now catching on across the country.


Blue Halloween

Omairis Taylor says she hopes this trend catches on and more families learn what the blue bucket means.

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