JCPenney Unveils Clothing Aimed At Kids With Disabilities
[Source: Disability Scoop]
A major department store is rolling out a new line of children’s clothes with adaptive features and will also be selling a host of accessories for adults and kids with disabilities.
JCPenney said its new private brand Thereabouts, which is being released this week, is designed to be an “inclusive line of kids apparel that celebrates diversity of shapes, sizes, styles and abilities.”
The collection includes a line of adaptive clothing that’s aimed at kids with sensory, dexterity or mobility needs. The apparel has features like easy-access openings, sensory-friendly seaming, hidden abdominal access and no tags, the retailer said.
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