BUFFALO, N.Y. — The spooky sights and sounds of Halloween can be overwhelming for some kids.

The Explore & More Children's Museum in Buffalo has events that can provide a safe and comfortable trick-or-treat for all children.

It begins this weekend with an event called Welloween. It's a Halloween family health fair focused on disability awareness. Ten local organizations are on-site to answer questions for caregivers and provide them with resources, and of course, they'll have candy for the kids.

On Sunday, the Buffalo Autism Project will host its fourth annual Sensory-Friendly Trick-or-Treat at the museum for kids who may need a break from the spookiness of the season.

Whether in costume or not, organizers say it's a way for kids who have special needs to join in on the fun.

“It allows us to include our entire community," said Theresa Glowacki, of the Buffalo Autism Project. "Western New York is such a great place to live and learn and be a part of, but we want to make sure that all of our friends, no matter what concerns they have, can have fun and can explore and participate in all of the things other friends are able to explore."

For more information on these two events taking place this weekend, click here.