Monday, December 12, 2011

Soft Clothes

Recently I saw a post on the QIAT list about an interesting piece of low-tech AT.  While I guess not specifically AT, it is interesting and might be useful to students with sensory issues.

Soft Clothes are a brand of clothes that are stylish and fun with super soft fabric, no labels, and special tailoring like seamless underwear.  Here's what the designer says about the line:

Itchy, clingy, stuffy clothes are a nightmare for any little one—but when a child is Autistic, has ADHD or is extra sensitive to texture, the discomfort can be debilitating. Enter Soft Clothing. Using specially developed fabrics and tailoring, this label makes kids happy with comfy apparel that looks great, too. 
I like that there are quite a few choices including dresses and a blazer for a boy.  Definitely worth checking out if you have a child with sensory issues.

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