go to link Children love to play dress up during the Halloween holiday. There’s nothing quite like the joy the get from a child’s face when they dress up as their favorite cartoon character or superhero. However, not all kids are able to dress themselves in fancy dress costumes. Unfortunately, children who suffer from special needs find the process of dressing up rather difficult. With standard issued costumes, wheelchairs, crutches and other ability supports, the ordeal of trying to dress up in standard issue costumes can become difficult.
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Sadly many disabled or impaired children miss out on exciting holiday events. Children who need wheelchairs or walkers in order to move around, shouldn’t feel left out. Thankfully, the team at Walkin’ & Rollin’ came up with this amazing idea to turn their wheelchairs and walkers into costumes they love.