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November 1, 2018

Halloween 2018

Last updated on June 16, 2021
We wish you a happy Halloween 2018!

Being Dutch, I never celebrated Halloween. Now that I live in Canada, however, I couldn’t resist the opportunity to get a pumpkin and carve the Embrace ASD logo out of it.

A photo of a lit pumpkin which I carved the Embrace ASD logo out of.
Behold my latent pumpkin carving skills!

It was more work than I anticipated, but I had fun with it, and I’m quite pleased with the result.

Trick or treat

In the spirit of Halloween, we decided to summarize some of our more gloomy content in case you missed it:

A fear response to calm chemicals
Autism & addiction
How would an autistic survive in prison?
The effect of Moon phases
The link between autism & PTSD
The autistic brain & PTSD
Why female autism is questioned

Embrace Autism | Halloween 2018 | illustration Pumpkin


This article
was written by:

Martin Silvertant is a co-founder of Embrace Autism, and lives up to his surname as a silver award-winning graphic designer. Besides running Embrace Autism and researching autism, he loves typography and practicing type design. He was diagnosed with autism at 25.

PS: Martin is trans, and as of 2021 she writes under her true name, Eva Silvertant.


Although our content is generally well-researched
and substantiated, or based on personal experience,
note that it does not constitute medical advice.


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