How accessible do you find Halloween?
Every year the days get shorter, the evenings get darker and the weather gets colder. Before we know it, summer deals are replaced with Halloween costumes and the spooky evening of 31st October is upon us!
But how accessible do you find it?
This might be getting to your front door quick enough to give sweets to trick-a-treaters or simply being able to access your local neighbourhood.
For me, part of my visual impairment means that I have night blindness. In low light I have very little vision and navigating becomes extremely difficult.
What are your thoughts on Halloween? Do you come across things that are inaccessible? Do you have any solutions for us? Let us know in the comments!
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