7 ways on how to creep it real this Halloween!
Take a look at our top tips for keeping safe this halloween
- Dressing up for Halloween can take a while, particularly if you have a brilliant costume. If you normally take medication in the evening, it is important that in the rush to get out you do not forget to take it.
- Heading out trick or treating with friends can be a lot of fun, if you have epilepsy it is wise to make sure that at least one of the people that you will be with knows what to do if you have a seizure, or at least knows who to call.
- Parent’s worry, that’s just what they do. Let them know what time you are planning on getting back and take a phone with you. This way you can let them know if you are running late and help to stop them worrying.
- Do you know where you are going? Make a plan of the route you are likely to take and let an adult know. Then if you aren’t back by the time you said you would be, or if something happens, they will know where to look for you.
- Too much sugar isn’t good for anyone. If you are on a controlled diet then make sure any extra bits and pieces that you might eat have been built into your daily plan.
- Be prepared for spooky unexpected surprises…
- Have fun!
Now go and make sure you have an unboolievable Halloween!