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Target just launched Halloween costumes for kids with disabilities


While Halloween is 85 days away, Target is making sure every child can get in on the fun.

No matter the disability, it's difficult for parents to find or take the time to make a costume for their child; Oftentimes, it's very expensive too.

For kids in wheelchairs, there are princess and pirate costumes (20$ - 25$) and wheelchair coverings of a pirate ship and princess carriage (45$, both already sold out). The cool thing is, it's not the costume and coverings in one set, so you could very well be a pirate princess if you wanted to!

For kids on the autism spectrum, there are shark and unicorn costumes with flat seams and no tags (25$ - 30$)

You can look at all of the avaliable options here.

Other retailers? Time to get good.

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Tags: ableism / disability rights, holiday
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