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A true story about how one child helped change a country to be more inclusive for every child with a disability at Halloween.

Share the story of Atticus and Siena, with your family. The motivational story of two real Canadian kids, and the journey to help one child experience a traditional Halloween and the true story of the movement that has made Canada home to the first Accessible Holiday tradition in the world.

A group of adults and children, one in a wheelchair, dressed for Halloween as a construction crew with hard hats and safety vests.  The wheelchair looks like a excavator with leaves in its bucket.  Several people are raising a Treat Accessibly sign.
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