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SpecialKids.Company offer a range of adaptive clothing and accessories designed for children with special needs. We are passionate about creating sensory clothing and accessories such as wheelchair covers and chewies, that can enhance your child’s social skills by addressing their unique needs, and without sacrificing their personal style and self expression. Offering a wide range of sizes, our specialist bodysuitsbibsvestsincontinence wear and other garments are suitable for 2 to 16 year olds.

We understand that special needs children require clothing and specialist accessories with additional support. Our garments and accessories are made from materials that offer comfort and are designed specifically to make them suitable for children with autism, down's syndrome and many other specialist requirements. Shop from our range of adaptive clothing which includes our popular tube access garments, special needs bibs, seamless socks as well as our accessories with a range of aids such as chewies, wheelchair covers, bedding and much more.

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"I love my KayCey bodysuit.  It’s really soft and snuggly and stops my nappy sticking out of the back of my trousers.  I feel really smart!  Because I can’t see my nappy I am not tempted to try and fiddle with it, which is a relief to Mum and Dad.  Mum says the fabric of my KayCey washes really well and comes out good as new. And the best thing is the navy blue colour matches my school uniform perfectly!"

Thanks for making me look and feel really cool!

Alfie, busy 7 year old from United Kingdom

"Thanks for the awesome vest. OMG, the outfit fits so good and I'm totally getting more for spring and summer...

I'm in love with your garments and I can't wait to see the new designs!"

Audra, United States

"I would just like to say thank you for these wonderful garments. Life for me and Zahra without KayCey would be so much more difficult. KayCey allows me to feed Zahra in public a lot more discreetly. I absolutely love them and I recommend to anyone I know with similar needs. I even showed Zahras consultant who took a picture to show other families. Many thanks!"

Donna, United Kingdom

Blog posts

  • Internet Safety. A baby sitting in between parents in bed, the room is pitch black. A light is shining on his face from looking at a computer screen.
    September 18, 2023

    Internet Safety Rules to Teach a Child with Autism

    The internet is quite something, isn’t it? It enables our children to communicate, play games and learn and can be a ‘go-to’ when our kids need to self-regulate or be entertained. But the internet can also be terrifying. Children, particularly autistic children, are vulnerable to online abuse and predators. It is therefore paramount that we teach our kids online safety to ensure that they are not at any risk when using online devices such as a tablet or computers.

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  • Image of a young child sitting on a wooden balance bike on a brick path
    September 11, 2023

    Teaching an autistic child how to ride a bike

    There’s that saying, ‘It’s as easy as riding a bike’ - except riding a bike doesn’t come easy to everybody. In fact, it can be quite complicated and difficult because riding a bike takes several skills. There are several reasons a child with autism may find it difficult to ride a bike. From poor motor and balancing skills and difficulty understanding instructions to inability to sense danger, difficulty steering and anxiety.
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  • image of the words STOP written in yellow on the curb of a crossing. Leaves cover the floor slightly
    August 19, 2023

    Teaching Autistic Children Road Safety

    Lots of children with autism lack danger awareness and quite frankly, that can be terrifying. It means that they are vulnerable and at risk of injuring themselves. They can also be over and under-sensitive to smells, textures and sounds, impacting their ability to process information. When near traffic, this can be dangerous as it can be distracting and overwhelming. All of this means that teaching autistic children road safety is paramount. In this blog, we will discuss how to reach road safety for children with autism.
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