A Soft Touch

Filed under: Medical Conditions, Decor, Special Needs, Fashion


Cool clothes, happy kids. Credit: Soft Clothing

Getting dressed can be a challenge for kids with sensory sensitivity (a common symptom of Autism, Aspergers, and SPD).

But the new spring line from Soft Clothing is making it a little easier. Not only are the pieces tagless, flat-seamed, and made from brushed and bio-washed cotton, they are also totally cute and fashion-forward.

No more compromises, just cool comfort.

Available from $15 at softclothing.net.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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