Some patients at Riley Hospital participate in ‘reverse trick-or-treating’

Some patients at Riley Hospital participating in 'reverse trick-or-treating'. (WISH Photo/Marcus Collins)
Some patients at Riley Hospital participating in 'reverse trick-or-treating'. (WISH Photo/Marcus Collins)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Some patients at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health who weren’t well enough to go out for trick-or-treating, had the fun delivered to them.

According to a release, nurses went from room-to-room for what’s called “reverse trick-or-treating.”

The children still dressed up in their costume, but instead of going room-to-room, the candy was brought to them.

Reverse trick-or-treating was specifically for children who are isolation patients and can’t leave their hospital room to participate in other activities.

Reverse trick-or-treating was Monday at 10:45 a.m. at Riley Hospital.