Disney just introduced its first-ever adaptive Halloween costume collection for a more inclusive celebration


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For many people, Halloween is the most wonderful time of the year. From dressing up in your very best costume to watching spooky movies with the family and, of course, eating a lot of candy, Halloween is a holiday that everyone should be able to participate in.

With that in mind, shopDisney released several adaptive Halloween costumes to make the holiday more accessible to children with disabilities. Featuring your favorite characters from beloved Disney movies like “Cinderella,” “The Incredibles 2” and “Toy Story,” these costumes were designed to make Halloween enjoyable for those that use wheelchairs or feeding tubes.

If your family has always dreamed of finding a costume that accommodates and embraces your child’s different abilities, then these pieces may be just what you’ve been waiting for. Plus, all costumes are currently 40 percent off!

Shop: Cinderella Adaptive Costume For Kids, $34.99 (Orig. $49.99)

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This sparkly Cinderella costume will make anyone feel like a princess. Complete with an opening at the back and one at the front for tube access, this costume’s stretchy fabric ensures a comfortable fit. The ankle length skirt also has an open back to cater to any wheelchair users.

Shop: Cinderella’s Coach Wheelchair Cover Set, $34.99 (Orig. $49.99)

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And what would Cinderella be without her magic carriage? This wheelchair cover set includes two large wheel covers, two small wheel covers and two carriage pieces to transform almost any standard wheelchair into Cinderella’s iconic coach. With easy-to-assemble support bars and adjustable loops on the wheel covers, this accessory is sure to make anyone feel like royalty.

Shop: Incredibles 2 Adaptive Costume For Kids, $34.99 (Orig. $49.99)

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On Halloween, everyone can be a superhero. This year, your little one can transform into Dash or Violet from “The Incredibles 2,” thanks to this recognizable costume. This one-piece bodysuit comes with a mask and gloves to really top off the look. It also has an opening at the back and a small, discreet front flap for tube access. A longer inseam on the bodysuit guarantees any seated wearer is comfortable.

Shop: Incredimobile Wheelchair Cover Set, $34.99 (Orig. $49.99)

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Save the day in a flash and hop into the Incredimobile. This wheelchair cover set is made of two felt pieces that are easy to add to most standard wheelchairs. It has over 20 plastic piping pieces to ensure stability.

Shop: Buzz Lightyear Adaptive Costume For Kids, $34.99 (Orig. $49.99)

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Go to infinity and beyond with this Buzz Lightyear costume! This one-piece bodysuit was designed with a longer inseam and extra legroom to accommodate wheelchair users. An open back and a front flap for tube access also work to make this costume out-of-this-world.

You can get all of your Halloween essentials, from home decor to costumes for the whole family, right now on shopDisney.com. But be sure to order all of your must-haves before October 18 to get them in time for the holiday!

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