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Creators of Adaptive Clothing for Disabled Children Introduces New High Quality ‘Stainsavers’


SOUTH AUSTRALIA, Australia June, 2013 – Parents of children with autism or cerebral palsy understand too well the length of time it takes to dress their children each morning, and the effort it takes to keep them clean during meal times.

Ann Boer’s granddaughter Lacey Shea has severe cerebral palsy and severe epilepsy. After witnessing the daily struggle to get her dressed, Ann and her sisters created a range of easy access clothes for disabled children that are practical, smart, trendy, and make changing clothes a much easier process.

Ann, now the Marketing Manager at Inspired by Lacey Shea says, “Having a family member requiring full time high care, we have experienced firsthand the challenges and struggles that some parents and carers face on a daily basis. Through Lacey’s needs, we have been able to design and ‘test’ our garments’ functionality and practicality before taking it to the final step of manufacture. As a result, our garments are second to none when it comes to practicality, style and comfort.”

Stainsavers is one of the latest additions to the vast array of adaptive clothing for disabled children under the Inspired by Lacey Shea brand. Available in two sizes and various prints, large for adults and medium for the post-toddler children, these garments can be machine-washed and tumble dried in a domestic dryer on a medium heat setting.

“Stainsavers are made from top quality cotton fabric and backed with an anti-fungal, anti-bacterial waterproofing,” says Ann. “Our Stainsavers provide generous coverage and protection for the wearer, therefore reducing the daily laundry loads. Fastening at the neck by stud fasteners and with three adjustable settings, our Stainsaver won’t ‘stick’ to other items in the wash load as Velcro often does.”

Joan, an Inspired by Lacey Shea customer from Adelaide says, “We are delighted with the Stainsavers that we bought from Inspired by Lacey Shea at the Show. They are big and soft and blend in with what is being worn.”

Like Joan, Tanya from South Australia says, “We ordered nine of the Stainsavers a couple of weeks ago, and they have proved extremely popular; we would like to order 20 more.”

Inspired by Lacey Shea designs, manufactures, and sells adaptive clothing for children with disabilities. The garments are comfortable, practical, and fashionable. Inspired by Lacey Shea offers a wide range of adaptive clothing designed to meet the needs of families and support workers dressing children with autism or cerebral palsy.

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