I Can See Shirts are child's T shirts designed to be educational aids for children with cognitive or hearing disabilities. The shirts are printed so that the designs appear right side up for the child wearing the shirt, encouraging learning and reinforcement. In addition to ABCs or numbers with appropriate illustrations, and a map of the USA, a shirt is available showing the finger spelling alphabet for those learning sign language. SIZES: The numbers and ABCs shirts are available in youth sizes
These Sens-ational Hip Hugging Tee, Long Sleeves are T-shirts designed for children and teens ages 2-15 with sensory processing disorder, attention deficit disorder, and autism to encourage calm and focus by hugging the trunk, hips, and arms. Children enjoy a full day of deep pressure, sensory support without compromising on style. The close-fitting tee can also be worn under another layer of clothing. Largest sizes fit most adults. Use with adult supervision.
The Sensational Pressure Tees gives kids all day sensory input by providing reassuring deep pressure that feels similar to a hug. Made with organic cotton spandex blend, the shirts are also tagless for comfort. For a looser fit purchase 2 sizes up.
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: T-shirt with a zipper under one arm and down the side, allowing it to open completely on one side for easier dressing and undressing for someone with limited arm movement. Instructions for making and for adapting T-shirts with a long zipper down one side. Includes photograph. Also suggests using large nylon zippers with easily grasped zipper pulls on T-shirts to make it easier for children to dress themselves. SKILLS REQUIRED: Sewing. AUTHOR: Kernalegu
--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: T-shirt with snap closing shoulder seam to allow it to be more easily pulled over a child' s head. Adaptation of a standard T-shirt: One shoulder seam is unstitched, the edges bound with twill tape (or seam binding) and snap fasteners sewn in. SKILLS REQUIRED: Sewing. AUTHOR: Kernaleguen, A TITLE: Clothing Designs for the Handicapped REF: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada: University of Alberta Press: p 146 NARIC CALL NUMBER: R0866 PAGES (including cover): 2 1