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All you need to know about bibs & aprons for children with special needs

September 07, 2018

When it comes to special needs, both children and adults alike face challenges with everyday tasks. Drooling difficulties and food spillages are just some of the problems they can face. It can be uncomfortable for your child, and that shouldn’t have to be the case. Whether your child is at home, going to school or having a day out, bibs and aprons can be part of any outfit no matter the occasion.mum2mum plus range of supersized aprons for children with special needs

 

Discreet, stylish, and practical bib design

Care Designs’ neckerchief bibs are a great way for older children and adults to prepare for the day ahead. It provides a discreet way to keep skin and clothes dry from spittle and liquids.

The bib is 100% waterproof, with the front and middle layers designed to be super absorbent for maximum protection. It’s quick and easy to put on and take off with its velcro fastening. The water-resistant material doesn't compromise on softness. The cosy, lightweight fabric is also a fantastic alternative to itchy scarves during colder weather.

The neckerchief is even available in four colours to suit any gender, taste or outfit! As the bib is made with older children and adults in mind, the stylish design is a simple but sophisticated addition to any look.

Free from nasty solvents perfect for children with sensory issues

The Funky Giraffe bandana bib is also designed for older children and is available in multiple colours and patterns. The bandana is made using breathable cotton. The soft but non-fraying material offers protection against dribble. The fleece backing acts as a barrier to prevent dampness soaking through clothes to the skin. All prints and inks used are water-based, making the bibs free of nasty solvents.

Compact and comfortable

The Mum2Mum PLUS bandanas can be easily packed away when your child is on the go. It keeps clothes clean and dry while avoiding skin irritations. High quality, functional, and compact, this bandana makes preventing dribble and spills easy.

No more mess

Whether your child is at the kitchen table or dining out, the Mum2Mum feeding apron helps to make mealtimes more manageable and less messy. Available in four fun colours, the back-opening apron keeps clothes dry and food-free while protecting skin.

The stain-resistant, machine-washable, dryer-safe aprons are adjustable for those who prefer a looser fit. They are also available in plus size.

Bibs and tabards suitable for children and adults

Care Designs’ tabard bib is available in lovely blue or pink and is suitable for toddlers, teens, and young adults. The contemporary and comfortable design is long lasting and created using PRO80™ fabric. High quality, 100% waterproof, absorbent, and robust, the stain-resistant fabric is soft and flexible to allow for effortless movement.

Dressing your child when they have special needs isn’t always an easy task. From deciding to forgo a coat to being attached to a favourite T-shirt, it can take extra time and care when getting ready in the morning. Check out our adaptive clothing range and accessories to make getting your child ready easier.



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