Adaptive Halloween Costumes Full of Fun and Inclusivity
Halloween is just around the corner! So, it is time to get ready for all the activities including dressing up. This year, leading companies designed costumes keeping all children in mind. It is great to see that fun and inclusivity are of high importance this season.
Every child should have the option to dress up. Now, there are many options. These costumes are made to accommodate those in wheelchairs, with sensory needs and other conditions. They focus on ease of access and comfort, but they also make sure to include the fun and fantasy.
The features are adaptive in many ways:
- Open backed costumes for easy dressing
- Flaps and openings for tube access
- Removable accessories for comfort
- Stretchy fabrics
- Longer pant/dress length for seated children
- Roomier circumference in pant legs for extra comfort
- Wheelchair-friendly fits
You can even choose from a variety of costumes. This year, children can be whoever they want. For instance, there are mermaids, dragons, princesses, superheroes, unicorns, witches, robots and more!
Although it is super fun and you can come up with something nice, it can be very costly to make your own Halloween costume. These new inclusive options are great and affordable starting at around $20. You no longer have to break the bank so that your child can live out their fantasy for a day.
Involving All Ages
Kids are not the only ones who dress up for Halloween, so let’s not forget about the adults! Costumes are now available for grown-ups who like to join in on the fun. Everyone deserves to celebrate and make memories during the holidays, and now Halloween can be enjoyed by the whole family.
To start shopping, visit the website of the following retailers:
For more costume pictures or information, visit https://corporate.target.com/article/2020/07/adaptive-halloween-costumes.
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