Fall is here – and it’s Spooky Season. Halloween is just around the corner, and The Speech Pathology Group and Rehab Service of CT likes nothing better than an excuse to have some fun. And what’s the best part of Halloween? Dressing up of course! Each day next week, our staff will dress up with a different theme. And for our kiddos coming in for sessions – WEAR YOUR COSTUME! We want to see all the creative, funny, and frightfully good outfits!
STAFF THEME DAYS – Oct 25-29:
Monday: Favorite color
Tuesday: Silly socks
Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday
Thursday: Favorite sports team
Friday: Fall Color Friday
Door Decorating Contest
When visiting our offices next week, check out all the Spooky Doors! Or visit our Facebook page and see the pictures. Vote for your favorite by “Liking” the picture on Facebook to let us know which one if your favorite.
In Office Activities
Check out one of the themed activities available for kids when they visit next week. These types of engaging activities are used by all of our therapists.
Win The Adventures of Goobley and Wazy: A Safe Halloween
A fun kids book written from a father to his son on how to stay safe during their first Halloween out trick-or-treating. The book features two fun and playful characters, Wazy Witch & Goobley Goblin. Together, they give a simple, how-to guide on having fun and staying safe.
Leave a Google Review on SPG-CT and you’ll be entered to win this great children’s book plus a $25 Amazon gift card.
Winners will be selected next Thursday, so the book and card can be picked up on Friday, Oct 29 in time for Halloween.
While Halloween is typically a night of spooky fun, we are very aware that there can be unique challenges for many kids when it comes to trick-or-treating. From being comfortable in a costume, to interacting with strangers, concerns over food allergies, or even simply being able to verbalize “Trick or Treat”, we want to make as many people within our community aware and welcoming to every child that comes to the door.
Please share the following graphic with your friends and family and/or post on your social media, to help spread awareness to make this holiday a fun and supportive night out for all kids.