Accessible Trick or Treating

 In #zerobarriers, Motivational Monday
A little boy in a wheelchair that is decorated like a bulldozer. He is wearing a plastic hard hat and holding a pumpkin candy bucket. Photo credit:

There are several options when it comes to finding accessible trick or treat venues in Fargo-Moorhead. Photo credit:











When you think of trick or treating, you may picture going door to door in your neighborhood.  Unfortunately, this is not a reality for everyone.  Stairs are a big accessibility barrier for kiddos with mobility impairments.  Fortunately there are several safe and accessible options when it comes to trick or treating.  Trunk or Treat venues are accessible for wheelchairs or scooters and there are plenty to choose from depending on where you live. In Fargo, several area church’s and businesses host a trunk or treat event and many have indoor options if the weather is bad.  Here is a list of some local Trunk or Treat events for Fargo.   Also, if you happen to be in the Moorhead or Dillworth area, here are some options near you.

Jerry from Freedom holding a chalk board with the word 'Access' written on it.

Candy is better when everyone has access. Freedom Resource Center

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