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These easy dressing Autism friendly school uniforms will transform your morning routine

February 19, 2018

There are a few moments throughout your daily routine that you can almost guarantee a sensory meltdown. Getting your child ready for school is one of them. Typically, the common complaints are that the tags on their school uniform are scratchy. That the fabric is uncomfortable against their skin. The inconvenience of the shirts seam continuously coming untucked is a regular hindrance.

Easy Dressing School Uniforms Tackle The Most Common Complaints

Thankfully, there is a rise of adaptive clothing options on the market. It is becoming easier now more than ever to find clothing that your little one can feel comfortable in.

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Our easy dressing school uniform range is perfect for helping children with special needs effortlessly get ready for school with minimal fuss. Our adaptive clothing is designed with your little one in mind. It is styled like a standard polo shirt with handy hidden functionality. Meaning your little one can feel comfortable without feeling like they stand out. Here are the extra benefits we provide that make a big difference:

 

Designed to last and stay in place 

Our bodysuits have a reinforced crotch and five durable studs all for extra coverage. The middle is a purple popper so that you can get them all in the right place the first time without any fuss.

Minimises smearing 

Our autism-friendly school uniform fits perfectly under a smart jacket or jumper. Thanks to its design, your child's nappy is hidden away from prying fingers.

Tag-free. Our garments have no loose attachments or uncomfortable tags. Leaving your child free to move comfortably throughout the day; free from irritation.

Soft and gentle on the skin

We understand how vital the material of your child's clothing is to their sensory experience. That is why we use AZO-free, supersoft cotton which is gentle on the skin.  Each garment is tag-free and has space to add your child’s name. This is particularly handy for children in a residential setting.

Optional Tube Access 

Children_School_Uniform_Easy_Dressing_Tube_AccessFor children who are PEG/tube fed, the Polo bodysuit also come with the option of accessing a feeding tube, all in the same garment. Our specialist adaptive bodysuits come in two colours – blue and white. The sizes range up to age size 16 which will fit most adults up to a large. They are perfect for children with special needs of most body types. To find out more or to buy today, you can find our range here



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