Autism East Midlands was taken over by Halloween this week as all services took part in the Halloween festivities. Adult Services hosted Halloween parties where staff and service users dressed up in their scariest costumes, they played games inspired by ghosts and ghouls and pumpkins were carved with frightening design.
Sutherland House School may currently be on half term but they celebrated Halloween before they broke up, with a fun filled Halloween assembly and Sixth Form Students creating a quite gruesome haunted corridor. In Northampton holiday club activities turn a scary turn as pumpkins were carved, scary Halloween cards made and gruesome games took a scary theme. The same happened at our Family Support Hubs across the region, each hub hosted a Halloween themed hub packed with Halloween activities.