Disney Launches Line Of Halloween Costumes For Kids With Disabilities

August 17, 2020

No matter what Halloween looks like this year, Disney is making sure it is more inclusive for kids.  The company has released a slew of Halloween costumes for kids with disabilities that take their needs into consideration. The  first-ever collection of adaptive Halloween costumes, which include Cinderella, Mr. Incredible and Buzz Lightyear include flap openings at the center of the costumes for easy tube access, open backs for wheelchair-friendly wear, and longer length skirts and inseams to accommodate seated trick-or-treaters. They're also made with stretch fabric that opens in back and closes with self-stick fabric for easier dressing. Additionally, you can pick out a wheelchair cover to match the costume, transforming a chair into Cinderella's dazzling coach or an Incredibles supercar. The chair covers fit most wheelchairs and use self-stick fabric strips to help keep the pieces in place. Each costume and wheelchair cover sells for $49.99 at shopdisney.com.

SOURCE: HelloGiggles

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