While it may be difficult to conceive of what Halloween may look like this year, there’s a good chance your children will still want to celebrate by role-playing as their favorite fictional characters. For kids with disabilities, Disney is now offering a line of adaptive Halloween costumes that take their needs into consideration.
Fans of The Incredibles will enjoy this unisex adaptive costume from 2018's Incredibles 2 ($50) that can have them appear as either Dash or Violet. The costume has flaps in the front and back to make attending to medical needs easy. It’s available in kid's sizes ranging from small to extra-large.
The costume pairs well with the Incredimobile Wheelchair Cover Set ($50). The cover is made of a stiff felt with plastic piping for stability.
This Cinderella adaptive costume ($50) has a flap opening in the front and back and an ankle-length skirt. It’s also available in kid's sizes ranging from small to extra-large.
You can also incorporate this Cinderella’s Coach Wheelchair Cover Set ($50) to make a grand entrance.
Kids can go to infinity and beyond with this Buzz Lightyear adaptive costume ($50) from the Toy Story series. There’s plenty of leg room and flaps in the front and back. Kids can get it in sizes ranging from small to extra-large.
You can find the costumes by following the links above or by checking out Disney's entire Halloween assortment at shopDisney.com.
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