My son was very excited that the summer season is over and autumn has begun. In the US as well as other countries, autumn brings about cooler weather, pumpkin spiced everything, and the coming of Halloween. Halloween costumes can cause many issues for children with special needs. Working around special equipment such as wheel chairs or costumes that are too itchy for kids with sensory processing disorder can make costumes difficult. Luckily, there is a whole slew of ingenious parents who are happy to share their ideas on Pinterest. We are always on the hunt for great Halloween costume ideas for our special kids, and have compiled them on our Pinterest board, Halloween costumes for kids with special needs. So head over and start planning now!
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Rachel H's son is wearing skeleton pajamas as his costume for the 4th year. They are tagless and comfortable. (The picture is from his first Halloween as a skeleton)