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Too tight, too loose, too “flappy,” too stiff, too scratchy, wrong fit: For kids with sensory sensitivities—or kids with adaptive clothing needs—getting dressed can, quite literally, be a pain. What may seem like a small thing, like a rough tag or a seam, or a waistband that rubs against a feeding tube, can feel unbearable to the child wearing the clothes.
The good news is, your child doesn’t have to suffer. There are more and more clothing companies that are taking accessibility into account and either modifying their clothes or starting completely new lines, that are giving respect to kids with sensory or medical needs.
►Follow along throughout Accessibility April to hear more about the incredible accessible products changing people’s lives.
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