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The halls of St. Jude were transformed into a trick-or-treat haven for patients and siblings during the hospital’s annual Halloween event. Employees decorated booths and clinical areas throughout the hospital as costumed children visited the trick-or-treat stops, which featured such themes as Peter Pan, Candyland, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Mardi Gras, Sesame Street, Toy Story, 101 Dalmatians and Despicable Me.
The Halloween celebration is organized by the Child Life Program as a means to provide children undergoing treatment a bit of normalcy in otherwise difficult circumstances. Hospitalization and treatment are arduous for children and their families, and being away from home means missing out on special events.
“The Halloween festivities allow patients to enjoy the holiday as they would at home,” said Cara Sisk, a child life specialist at St. Jude.
The Halloween event has grown exponentially each year with everyone from nurses to bench scientists to office personnel setting up trick-or-treat stands for the kids. It’s a task taken seriously as employees select themes to decorate their booths and begin planning months in advance, working after hours and throughout lunch to design their trick-or-treat stops.