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Should You DIY or Can You Buy?

Over the past few years, many companies have been pushing for inclusive clothing lines that provide adaptive options for kids with special needs. And now, that's expanded to include Halloween costumes. No matter if you're a "do it yourself" kind of parent or are looking for your child's favorite movie character, there are many routes you can take to have a spooktacular costume this season.

Stores that Carry Adaptive Costumes

Major retail giants have been marketing their new lines of inclusive costumes this season, many of which include full-length side zippers, flaps for tubes, and wheelchair covers in different designs. If you're looking for a store or online-bought option for your child, here are some popular websites:

Tips for Creating Your Own

Many DIY solutions can have your child prepared for trick-or-treating or other favorite Halloween activities with minimal or maximum effort. Here are a few tips:

  • Cardboard boxes can easily be painted or shaped to become a racecar, Transformer, or any number of props for children in wheelchairs.
  • If you have a favorite clothing brand already, you can use those pieces with sewn/iron-on eyes, patches, and patterns to create a variety of looks.
  • Start small with a cat ear headband or wig and build off of that using pieces already in your closet.
  • Don’t underestimate the magic of face paint if your child is comfortable with it.
  • No matter how your family chooses to dress up this Halloween, know that many options are available for all kids to enjoy.

Happy Halloween from Angel Law, P.C.

At Angel Law, P.C., we aim to help families with children who have suffered harm from birth injuries or other forms of medical malpractice. If you believe a medical professional acted negligently during your pregnancy or birthing process, contact our office by calling (503) 862-8666 to discuss your legal options.