Halloween made accessible: Tips to make it more inclusive
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Happy Halloween!This post will be probably fairly short, by comparison to my recent posts. But I am curious, what Halloween is like for your differently-abled children.
Obviously, it isn’t overly accessible activity, meaning that it is something that will require assistance. The assistance required is generally because getting to up front doors is virtually impossible in a lot of cases. For me, it had always meant Trick or Treating with someone else and allowing them to press the doorbell for me, because I couldn’t physically get to the door.
Please share in the comments below how you make Halloween inclusive for your child with cerebral palsy.
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