This summer Target revealed its 2019 collection of adaptive Halloween costumes to a lot of celebration.
Making space for kids who have physical disabilities in such a big way is important, and the inclusion of adaptive costumes is a great step by the company.
Kids and adults who have disabilities have always had to adapt their costumes themselves, and a lot of the time the results are truly inspired.
While these photos all feature costumes that have been adapted for people who use adaptive equipment like wheelchairs and tricycles, it’s important to remember that not all disabilities are easy to spot.
As a mom of a kid who has what is considered an invisible disability that isn’t always immediately obvious, I can attest to the fact that DIY adaptive Halloween costumes just come with the territory.
These seven costumes are each fun and different. The creative energy that parents, kids, and adults put into coming up with their own take on Halloween is something worth celebrating.