This is really wonderful..

On Halloween, if a child comes to your door, they may have a blue pumpkin. That’s a message that with Autism, that child with a blue pumpkin they may not be able to say “trick or treat.” Also, it’s a nice alert to the parents handing out candy to be sensory-friendly to make Halloween fun and a positive experience for all kids.

Blue Pumpkin Candy Buckets Aim To Raise Awareness Of Autistic Trick-Or-Treaters

NEW JERSEY (CBSNewYork) - Trick or treating can be a fun experience for some children, but not necessarily for those who have autism and trouble communicating. Now there's a new way of trick or treating that aims to help ease the process. You may be seeing some blue pumpkins mixed with the traditional orange this year.