Disney introduces adaptive Halloween costumes

Disney is making sure all kids can take part in Halloween this year or at any time they want to dress up in costumes.

The company announced Monday its first line of adaptive costumes, ”Good Morning America” reported.

The costumes have flaps that open giving access to feeding tubes. They are also longer with back closures and have stretchier fabric to be more comfortable for those in a wheelchair.

The costumes include “Incredibles 2,” Buzz Lightyear and Cinderella outfits. Each costs $49.99.

The company has also developed accessories to go with the costumes — costumes to decorate a wheelchair. Disney has come up with Cinderella’s Coach and an Incredibles Incredicar that will both attach to a wheelchair if Halloween parades or trick or treating happens this Halloween. Both also cost $49.99.

To check out the costumes and wheelchair covers that are available now, click here.


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