Halloween can be a tough time for any kid trying to find the perfect costume. Even more so for kids who may have disabilities. Kudos to Target though! This year they are introducing and selling Halloween costumes for kids who may have a disability. The retailer unveiled the four inclusive costumes, including two wheelchair cover options, through its Hyde and Eek! Boutique. It looks like the costumes are easily attachable and can be easily placed on. The $45 coverings use "the hook-and-loop closures for a secure fit," according to Target's website. For the full effect this Halloween, children can wear an adaptive princess dress that retails for $20 or a pirate outfit available for $25, which are sold separately.
Target is also offering two other costumes, a unicorn and a shark, for children with unique sensory needs. Super cool of Target to design all of these costumes for kids who may have not have had the chance to dress up in the past.
You can check out the costumes here