Krabat Jockey, 2007 by Aleksander Borgenhov, MoMA | Century of the Child, who designed this chair for his son with cerebral palsy, to offer alternatives to the ugly, poorly functioning, intimidating and stigmatizing equipment available at the time. This chair enaables the child to participate in a wide variety of every day activities and focuses attention on the child instead of the chair.
Accept Me - Drooling Bib Infinity Scarf. I spent a lot of time trying to design a drooling bib that did not look like a bib..but worked like one. This is an infinity scarf design, but made out of terry cloth towel material. I think it is really important to help children with special needs wear clothing that is less stigmatizing. It is one more step towards total acceptance.
$15 ~ special needs bib with flair and style Designed by BabyBarista. Handmade in Australia. Encouraged by a family member who works with disabled children, teens and adults, I have designed a bandana styled bib for those who require bibs past early childhood. The bandana style adds a little flair and colour to an outfit and looks more like an accessory than a necessity. Plus they are very absorbent. This item is ready to ship. Double Click on picture for more info