Think, Believe, Dream, and Dare: Adaptive Disney Costumes

Halloween is quickly approaching. Has your child picked out a costume yet? Wondering how to coordinate it with his or her wheelchair? Adaptive Disney youth costumes have been recently created.

Many disabled children can enjoy the magic of being a princess, a superhero, or space ranger with these amazing adaptive costumes and wheelchair sets. Prices of both costumes and wheelchair sets are around $50. Here is what each costume includes:

Adaptive Cinderella Costume for Kids (Inspired by Disney’s 1950 animated film Cinderella)

  • Costume opens in back for front entry only, with self-stick fabric closure
  • Skirt back is completely open for wheelchair-friendly wear
  • Flap opening at center front for easy tube access, with self-stick fabric closure
  • Ankle-length skirt to accommodate seated guests
  • Satin bodice with silver foil filigree
  • Sheer white organza collar and puff sleeves
  • Mesh bodice overlay with sequins beneath
  • Silvery sequined ric-rac bodice trim
  • Ruffled organza neckline trim
  • Jeweled slipper brooch with glitter setting
  • Sheer white organza split peplum
  • Mesh top skirt with metallic foil flecks
  • Satin slip
  • Satin yoke

Cinderella’s Coach Wheelchair Set (inspired by Disney’s 1950 animated film Cinderella)

  • Fully assembled: 53” H x 42” L (1/4” Depth of a single panel)
  • Only to be used for standard wheelchairs with 24” wheels
  • Not to be used with battery powered wheelchairs, baby strollers, etc.
  • carriage pieces
  • Made of stiff felt with detailed sublimated art
  • Comes with 12 supportive plastic piping pieces (four large and eight medium) for added stability
  • Long self-stick fabric strips help keep the pieces in place
  • Fits most wheelchairs
  • Easy assembly required, instructions included
  • The wheelchair must be operated by a helper when the costume is attached

Incredibles 2 Adaptive Costume For Kids

  • Includes one-piece bodysuit, mask, and gloves
  • Costume opens in back for front entry only, with self-stick fabric closure
  • Flap opening at center front for easy tube access, with self-stick fabric closure
  • Open at rear for wheelchair-friendly wear
  • Longer length inseams to accommodate seated guests
  • Stretchy fabric
  • Top features embroidered Incredibles logo appliqué with PVC detailing
  • Shimmering metallic elastic waistband in front
  • Contrasting black and red construction
  • Rubberized mask with elastic straps and self-stick fabric closure

Incredimobile Wheelchair Cover Set

  • Fully assembled: 42” H x 52” L (1/4” Depth of a single panel)
  • Only to be used for standard wheelchairs with 24” wheels
  • Not to be used with battery powered wheelchairs, baby strollers, etc.
  • Two felt pieces
  • Made of stiff felt with detailed sublimated art 
  • Comes with 22 supportive plastic piping pieces (six large, eight medium, eight small) for added stability
  • Long self-stick fabric strips help keep the pieces in place
  • Easy assembly required, instructions included

Buzz Lightyear Adaptive Costume for Kids

  • Includes one-piece bodysuit and gloves
  • Flap opening at center front for easy tube access, with self-stick fabric closure
  • Open at rear for wheelchair-friendly wear
  • Longer length inseams to accommodate seated guests
  • Vinyl chest panel with screen art
  • Stitched faux leather waistband and shoulder segments
  • Costume opens in back for front entry only, with self-stick fabric closure
  • Screen art on sleeves
  • Elastic sleeve cuffs
  • Padded knees
  • Quilted lower leg sections with green trim

If these costumes are not accommodating to your child’s wheelchair, there are many other options. For example, you can create a princess throne or a spaceship out of cardboard and other craft supplies. As Walt Disney has said “First, think. Second, believe. Third, dream. And finally, dare.”

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