USEFUL LOCAL LINKS

Please scroll down for Family Support and Community Organizations and Agencies, Government and Funding links, Publications, Resource and Information Websites, and Services.

Please note, this page is a work in progress, so things will be moving around. 

We do our best to provide clients, caregivers and families with a list of up-to-date useful links for services and information in the Greater Kingston area.  If you have a great local link that you would like to add, please let us know!

From time to time, Autism Ontario - Kingston Chapter receives requests to post notices from private individuals and/or businesses regarding availability for services. Visitors to this website should be aware that Autism Ontario - Kingston Chapter is not associated with and does not endorse these service providers, but merely posts the information in bulletin board format for those seeking services for children, youth and adults. Website visitors are therefore cautioned to use their own best judgment when arranging to interview and/or hire prospective employees or service providers to work directly with individuals. Obtaining references from several sources, including satisfied clients, is highly recommended.

Publications

Local ASD Resource Guide - A guide to Community Services in the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Second Edition (2011)

A third edition has been published, but is not yet available electronically.  Please contact the Chapter Office for a copy.



"May I be excused, My Brain is Full"

A story about my daughter Olivia and her life as a kid with Asperger's Syndrome Understanding Asperger's Syndrome

When Olivia Goudreault was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome about two years ago, she didn't know what to think.  "Am I dying?" she asked her mother Krista. "What's wrong with me?"  Thus began Krista's hunt for a book that would explain her daughter's condition from a child's point of view.  There wasn't one.  So she and Olivia embarked on a mother-and-daughter effort to self-publish a book on Asperger's for children.  It took about two years, but the pair finally released their book entitled, "May I Be Excused My Brain is Full" in January 2013.

The book is written in what Krista calls "kids speak", and each page of the book focuses on varying symptoms of Asperger's, and how the entire family deals with them.  "We're really excited because this really didn't start out to be anything but a birthday gift for my daughter Olivia, and it's turned into quite an extraordinary turn of events in our lives. We've sold hundreds of copies of the book, and have received such great feedback and support. We really want to help any family we can to initiate this discussion with their child".

 May I Be Excused My Brain is full is available for purchase from friesenpress.com at http://www.friesenpress.com/bookstore/title/119734000008957102, chapters.ca here http://bit.ly/ZVHAxP and in Orangeville at Booklore here https://www.facebook.com/BookLore.

By Jennifer Krumins:

  • Autism and the Grandparent Connection: Practical Ways to Understand and HelpYour Grandchild with Autism.
  • Been There. Done That. Finally Getting it Right. A Guide to Educational Planning for Students with Autism
  • One Step at a Time: ABA and Autism in the Classroom; Practical Strategies for Implementing Applied Behaviour Analysis for Student with Autism

www.autismaspirations.com

By Alison Ainsworth

I have recently authored a children's book entitled "If My Dog Could Talk" featuring the real life, photographed story of my daughter and her Autism Service dog + reference information about service dogs and our story with Autism.

This book has a wide ranging appeal for anyone who loves children, loves dogs, supports animal rescue organizations, is affected by a disability or Autism (now affecting 1 in 90 children), or wants to learn more about Autism and Autism Service Dogs that will make your heart smile. 
ifmydogcouldtalk@gmail.com

www.ifmydogcouldtalk.net

 

 
 

Family Support and Community Partners

ASUS http://queensasus.com/

The opportunities and experiences we offer students are as varied as their disciplines. From Art History to Statistics, we represent all 10,000+ Arts and Science students. At ASUS, we are dedicated to enhancing your academic experience, and to offering a differentiated learning environment. We seek to offer opportunities that span beyond the depth and breadth offered in the classroom. With over 2,000 volunteer positions, ranging from academics to services, we have got you covered. 


Canadian Mental Health Association, Kingston

http://cmhakingston.com/programs/

The Canadian Mental Health Association of Kingston provides a wide variety of programs for children, youth, and adults. These programs are designed to help people cope with issues surrounding mental health. The programs also help to provide coping methods for living with a mental illness and also for children with parents living with a mental illness.

 

KidsInclusive – Hotel Dieu Hospital

http://kidsinclusive.ca/

KidsInclusive, formerly known as the Child Development Centre, is located at Hotel Dieu Hospital and is one of 21 Children’s Treatment Centres in Ontario.  For over 40 years we have proudly provided rehabilitation and support services for children and youth with physical, neurological and/or developmental challenges in the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington counties as well as communities in Lanark, Leeds and Grenville counties

 

Community Living Kingston

http://www.communitylivingkingston.org/

 

Extend-a-Family

http://www.eafkingston.com/

Currently, Extend-A-Family Kingston operates various summer day camps (integrated, autism spectrum disorder and adult) which serve over 125 individuals with and without special needs. Additionally, there are social recreational programs, such as PD Days, Winter Camp, March Break Camp and Saturday Swim which operate during the school year and holiday breaks. These programs offer various activities which promote physical, social and mental well-being.

 

Kerry’s Place Autism Services – South East Region

http://www.kerrysplace.com/Hastings.htm

With the number of individuals with ASD diagnosis growing at an alarming rate each year, the need for more supports and services continues to rise. Through collaborative efforts and a dedicated staff we provide assistance to enable communities to increase their capacity which has resulted in the growth of services available to people with ASD and their families.

 

KFL&A HU – Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Health http://www.kflapublichealth.ca/

 

Kingston Foundation for Autism Spectrum Disorders http://www.kingstonfoundationforautism.ca/

 Serving people in the bi-county area of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, the Kingston Foundation for Autism Spectrum Disorders (KFASD) is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors consisting of professionals, community members, and autism spectrum adults and their family members. KFASD is a non-profit, incorporated organization that provides funding to services for people who have an autism spectrum disorder

 

Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario

http://www.ldao.ca/

The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario (LDAO) is a registered charity dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities. LDAO offers many resources, services, information, venues and products designed to help people with LDs and ADHD, as well as parents, teachers, and other professionals.

 

Ongwanada Resource Centre

www.ongwanada.com

Ongwanada is dedicated to supporting people with developmental disabilities, with a special focus on those with complex needs and their families so they can lead full lives, effectively supported in their communities.

 

Ontario Early Years Centres

http://www.oeyc.ca/index

 

Pathways for Children and Youth

http://www.pathwayschildrenyouth.org/

 

Government and Funding Links

Canada Revenue Agency – Disability Tax information

http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/disability/


Ministry of Education Special Education Web Site http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/parents/speced.html

 

Ministry of Community and Social Services

http://www.mcss.gov.on.ca/mcss/english/index.htm

 

Registered Disability Savings Plan

 http://rdsp.com and http://www.rdspontario.ca

 

Resource & Information Sites

Autism Society Canada

AutismCanada.org

Our mandate is to work collaboratively with our provincial and territorial organizations, associations and societies to champion ASD priorities.   We curate the exchange of information between individuals with ASD, families, professionals, researchers, governments and the public.  Autism Canada actively encourages the sharing of best practices and programs, and advocates passionately for Canadians living with autism.

 

Adult Autism Network

http://www.ont-autism.uoguelph.ca

OAARSN offers information and communication tools to connect adults with Autism, family members, caregivers, friends, support workers, teachers, administrators and policymakers. We can all benefit from the opportunities for mutual support and encouragement and the sharing of knowledge and experience. Our efforts to promote positive approaches and best practices in supporting adults with Autism can help all who live and work on the front lines

 

Gluten-free Casein-free

www.gfcfdiet.com

 The principle aim of this list is to provide a discussion forum for parents of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders who are avoiding gluten and casein and other foods or ingredients in their children's diets.

 

Help Us Learn

www.helpuslearn.com

ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) is a proven and highly effective way to teach children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and PDD (Pervasive Developmental Delay). There are many published studies attesting to the effectiveness of this approach.

 

Geneva Centre (Toronto)

www.autism.net 

We offer a wide range of clinical services which are determined individually for each person with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). All of our clinical services are supported by a multi-disciplinary team of trained, experienced and empathic professionals including speech-language pathologists, behaviour analysts, therapists, early childhood educators, occupational therapists, developmental paediatricians, psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers. In addition, our staffing team is supported by a Professional Advisory Council which is composed of world-renowned clinicians, blending their expertise with ours. Consequently, Geneva Centre for Autism is able to provide the highest quality of clinical service to our clients.

 

O.A.S.I.S. (On-Line Asperger Syndrome Info & Support)

 http://www.udel.edu/bkirby/asperger/

Autism Spectrum Coalition is a world wide 501-C-3 non profit organization providing information, networking, referrals and printed materials for families, challenged individuals and professionals concerned with the autism spectrum.

 

Parent site for Children with Special Needs

http://specialchildren.about.com/

 

Parentbooks

http://www.parentbooks.ca/

Parentbooks offers the most comprehensive selection of resources available anywhere — from planning a family to everyday parenting issues to special needs of all kinds. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you find the books you need.

 

Plan

http://www.plan.ca/

PLAN’s mission is to help families and people with disabilities feel confident about the future by making careful plans and fostering supportive relationships to be safe, secure and fully included in the community.

 

Plan Institute

http://www.planinstitute.ca/

Plan Institute supports individuals with disabilities and their families by providing educational material and initiatives, collaborating on community-based projects and engaging with a wide array of partners to host innovative initiatives for change.

Services (listed alphabetically)

http://easterseals.ca/english/access-2-entertainment-card
Access 2 Entertainment personalized card provides free admission for support persons accompanying persons with disabilities to movie theatres across Canada

Heal With Horses

www.healwithhorses.ca

EAL is a holistic therapeutic approach where individuals partner with horses for the purpose of making positive changes in their lives. The professional facilitator guides and supports the individual through various activities with the horse. The “relationship” between human and horse is utilized in place of “talk therapy”, where you “talk” and a therapist “listens”.


The Horse Boy website is: www.horseboyworld.comWe are also planning a movie screening for the documentary movie of the Horse Boy on the evening of June 26th at the Regent Theatre in Picton.
Any help you can give to circulate and help bring awareness to this very special method would be greatly appreciated.

Kindly,
Suzanne Latchford

Music Mates

Program for Special Needs Children and Adults

613-453-8134 or email musicmakerskingston@gmail.com 

At MusicMates, we work together to create music. By working cooperatively together, we make new friends, practice important social skills and even learn sign language! Please note that subsidies are available. If you need financial assistance, just send us an email!

Please click here to visit our website and register!

We look forward to making music with you!

 






Soft Clothing

Sensory Store Canada

This past summer I discovered a company in the U.S. called Soft Clothing that designs adaptive clothing for children with tactile sensory sensitivities. I ordered my son some of the clothing and he LOVED it. Soft Clothing is tagless, has flat seams, wide collars, no zippers or buttons, encased elastic waistbands, is veggie-dyed and is bio-washed cotton so it's super soft. Bio-washing removes all of the microscopic burrs from the material that sensitive kids tend to react to.

 

When I realized that no one in Canada was selling this clothing I decided to bring it to Canada myself. So I now offer Soft Clothing through Sensory Store Canada. 

 

Sensory Store Canada is an online store that ships across Canada run by Lori Brienesse-Frank www.sensorystorecanada.com  

 

Spectrum Intervention Group Services

provides ABA supervision and consultative services in the Kingston and Belleville regions.

www.spectrumig.com or email: info@spectrumig.com

1-613-723-0606

 

Dr. William Ho, Paediatric Dentist
817 Bayridge Drive, Suite 104
(613)634-8188

 

Silent Words

We, Lisa Rolo and Pamela Kelly, are very excited to share our passions for ASL, American Sign Language. We use ASL as a tool to empower those who do not have verbal communication.  Using sign has proven benefits, such as;

  • Reducing frustration for child and caregiver. ASL will help you understand the needs and desires of your child.
  • Promotes positive emotional development. By eliminating frustration and tantrums, your number of positive interactions increases.
  • Allow your child to share their world. They can tell you how they feel, what they see, what they hear.
  • Boost self-confidence.
  • Strengthens your bond.
  • Helps the child learn to talk. By the time a baby's mouth is ready to form words, they will already have a rather large vocabulary.

Silent Words offers a variety of services to bring ASL into your life.

  • We can come to your home and work One on One with your family.
  • We can do a Signing Party where you pick a theme and invite some friends over.
  • We offer Educators and Kinder Workshops.
  • We are also working on offering a weekly class.

For more information, please visit the website, email, or call. Our contact information can be found at the bottom of the page.

Thank you,

Lisa Rolo and Pamela Kelly

www.silentwords.ca

info@silentwords.ca

343-477-1003

 

Mother's Helper Services

- Assisting busy parents in finding a great nanny or helper
- Making baby food in your home to stalk in your freezer
- Creating beautiful photobooks with your families digital images
- An extra set of hands planning, and during, your birthday party of baby shower
- Many other services

Did you know I recently gave away four hours of FREE Mother's Helper services, to one very busy mom, who won a contest through my Facebook page? For more awesome giveaways, make sure to LIKE us on Facebook. You will need to click on the Like button and select "Get Notifications," to ensure you see all our posts.

Weronika Dubois

Mother's Helper
www.kingstonmothershelper.com
613.531.1744

 

 

 


 USEFUL LOCAL LINKS

Please scroll down for Family Support and Community Organizations and Agencies, Government and Funding links, Publications, Resource and Information Websites, and Services.

Please note, this page is a work in progress, so things will be moving around. 

We do our best to provide clients, caregivers and families with a list of up-to-date useful links for services and information in the Greater Kingston area.  If you have a great local link that you would like to add, please let us know!

From time to time, Autism Ontario - Kingston Chapter receives requests to post notices from private individuals and/or businesses regarding availability for services. Visitors to this website should be aware that Autism Ontario - Kingston Chapter is not associated with and does not endorse these service providers, but merely posts the information in bulletin board format for those seeking services for children, youth and adults. Website visitors are therefore cautioned to use their own best judgment when arranging to interview and/or hire prospective employees or service providers to work directly with individuals. Obtaining references from several sources, including satisfied clients, is highly recommended.

Publications

Local ASD Resource Guide - A guide to Community Services in the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders Second Edition (2011)

A third edition has been published, but is not yet available electronically.  Please contact the Chapter Office for a copy.



"May I be excused, My Brain is Full"

A story about my daughter Olivia and her life as a kid with Asperger's Syndrome Understanding Asperger's Syndrome

When Olivia Goudreault was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome about two years ago, she didn't know what to think.  "Am I dying?" she asked her mother Krista. "What's wrong with me?"  Thus began Krista's hunt for a book that would explain her daughter's condition from a child's point of view.  There wasn't one.  So she and Olivia embarked on a mother-and-daughter effort to self-publish a book on Asperger's for children.  It took about two years, but the pair finally released their book entitled, "May I Be Excused My Brain is Full" in January 2013.

The book is written in what Krista calls "kids speak", and each page of the book focuses on varying symptoms of Asperger's, and how the entire family deals with them.  "We're really excited because this really didn't start out to be anything but a birthday gift for my daughter Olivia, and it's turned into quite an extraordinary turn of events in our lives. We've sold hundreds of copies of the book, and have received such great feedback and support. We really want to help any family we can to initiate this discussion with their child".

 May I Be Excused My Brain is full is available for purchase from friesenpress.com at http://www.friesenpress.com/bookstore/title/119734000008957102, chapters.ca here http://bit.ly/ZVHAxP and in Orangeville at Booklore here https://www.facebook.com/BookLore.

By Jennifer Krumins:

  • Autism and the Grandparent Connection: Practical Ways to Understand and HelpYour Grandchild with Autism.
  • Been There. Done That. Finally Getting it Right. A Guide to Educational Planning for Students with Autism
  • One Step at a Time: ABA and Autism in the Classroom; Practical Strategies for Implementing Applied Behaviour Analysis for Student with Autism

www.autismaspirations.com

By Alison Ainsworth

I have recently authored a children's book entitled "If My Dog Could Talk" featuring the real life, photographed story of my daughter and her Autism Service dog + reference information about service dogs and our story with Autism.

This book has a wide ranging appeal for anyone who loves children, loves dogs, supports animal rescue organizations, is affected by a disability or Autism (now affecting 1 in 90 children), or wants to learn more about Autism and Autism Service Dogs that will make your heart smile. 
ifmydogcouldtalk@gmail.com

www.ifmydogcouldtalk.net

 

 
 

Family Support and Community Partners

ASUS http://queensasus.com/

The opportunities and experiences we offer students are as varied as their disciplines. From Art History to Statistics, we represent all 10,000+ Arts and Science students. At ASUS, we are dedicated to enhancing your academic experience, and to offering a differentiated learning environment. We seek to offer opportunities that span beyond the depth and breadth offered in the classroom. With over 2,000 volunteer positions, ranging from academics to services, we have got you covered. 


Canadian Mental Health Association, Kingston

http://cmhakingston.com/programs/

The Canadian Mental Health Association of Kingston provides a wide variety of programs for children, youth, and adults. These programs are designed to help people cope with issues surrounding mental health. The programs also help to provide coping methods for living with a mental illness and also for children with parents living with a mental illness.

 

KidsInclusive – Hotel Dieu Hospital

http://kidsinclusive.ca/

KidsInclusive, formerly known as the Child Development Centre, is located at Hotel Dieu Hospital and is one of 21 Children’s Treatment Centres in Ontario.  For over 40 years we have proudly provided rehabilitation and support services for children and youth with physical, neurological and/or developmental challenges in the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington counties as well as communities in Lanark, Leeds and Grenville counties

 

Community Living Kingston

http://www.communitylivingkingston.org/

 

Extend-a-Family

http://www.eafkingston.com/

Currently, Extend-A-Family Kingston operates various summer day camps (integrated, autism spectrum disorder and adult) which serve over 125 individuals with and without special needs. Additionally, there are social recreational programs, such as PD Days, Winter Camp, March Break Camp and Saturday Swim which operate during the school year and holiday breaks. These programs offer various activities which promote physical, social and mental well-being.

 

Kerry’s Place Autism Services – South East Region

http://www.kerrysplace.com/Hastings.htm

With the number of individuals with ASD diagnosis growing at an alarming rate each year, the need for more supports and services continues to rise. Through collaborative efforts and a dedicated staff we provide assistance to enable communities to increase their capacity which has resulted in the growth of services available to people with ASD and their families.

 

KFL&A HU – Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Health

http://www.kflapublichealth.ca/

 

Kingston Foundation for Autism Spectrum Disorders

http://www.kingstonfoundationforautism.ca/

 Serving people in the bi-county area of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, the Kingston Foundation for Autism Spectrum Disorders (KFASD) is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors consisting of professionals, community members, and autism spectrum adults and their family members. KFASD is a non-profit, incorporated organization that provides funding to services for people who have an autism spectrum disorder

 

Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario

http://www.ldao.ca/

The Learning Disabilities Association of Ontario (LDAO) is a registered charity dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities. LDAO offers many resources, services, information, venues and products designed to help people with LDs and ADHD, as well as parents, teachers, and other professionals.

 

Ongwanada Resource Centre

www.ongwanada.com

Ongwanada is dedicated to supporting people with developmental disabilities, with a special focus on those with complex needs and their families so they can lead full lives, effectively supported in their communities.

 

Ontario Early Years Centres

http://www.oeyc.ca/index

 

Pathways for Children and Youth

http://www.pathwayschildrenyouth.org/

 

Government and Funding Links

Canada Revenue Agency – Disability Tax information

http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/disability/


Ministry of Education Special Education Web Site http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/parents/speced.html

 

Ministry of Community and Social Services

http://www.mcss.gov.on.ca/mcss/english/index.htm

 

Registered Disability Savings Plan

 http://rdsp.com and http://www.rdspontario.ca

 

Resource & Information Sites

Autism Society Canada

AutismCanada.org

Our mandate is to work collaboratively with our provincial and territorial organizations, associations and societies to champion ASD priorities.   We curate the exchange of information between individuals with ASD, families, professionals, researchers, governments and the public.  Autism Canada actively encourages the sharing of best practices and programs, and advocates passionately for Canadians living with autism.

 

Adult Autism Network

http://www.ont-autism.uoguelph.ca

OAARSN offers information and communication tools to connect adults with Autism, family members, caregivers, friends, support workers, teachers, administrators and policymakers. We can all benefit from the opportunities for mutual support and encouragement and the sharing of knowledge and experience. Our efforts to promote positive approaches and best practices in supporting adults with Autism can help all who live and work on the front lines

 

Gluten-free Casein-free

www.gfcfdiet.com

 The principle aim of this list is to provide a discussion forum for parents of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders who are avoiding gluten and casein and other foods or ingredients in their children's diets.

 

Help Us Learn

www.helpuslearn.com

ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) is a proven and highly effective way to teach children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and PDD (Pervasive Developmental Delay). There are many published studies attesting to the effectiveness of this approach.

 

Geneva Centre (Toronto)

www.autism.net 

We offer a wide range of clinical services which are determined individually for each person with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). All of our clinical services are supported by a multi-disciplinary team of trained, experienced and empathic professionals including speech-language pathologists, behaviour analysts, therapists, early childhood educators, occupational therapists, developmental paediatricians, psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers. In addition, our staffing team is supported by a Professional Advisory Council which is composed of world-renowned clinicians, blending their expertise with ours. Consequently, Geneva Centre for Autism is able to provide the highest quality of clinical service to our clients.

 

O.A.S.I.S. (On-Line Asperger Syndrome Info & Support)

 http://www.udel.edu/bkirby/asperger/

Autism Spectrum Coalition is a world wide 501-C-3 non profit organization providing information, networking, referrals and printed materials for families, challenged individuals and professionals concerned with the autism spectrum.

 

Parent site for Children with Special Needs

http://specialchildren.about.com/

 

Parentbooks

http://www.parentbooks.ca/

Parentbooks offers the most comprehensive selection of resources available anywhere — from planning a family to everyday parenting issues to special needs of all kinds. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you find the books you need.

 

Plan

http://www.plan.ca/

PLAN’s mission is to help families and people with disabilities feel confident about the future by making careful plans and fostering supportive relationships to be safe, secure and fully included in the community.

 

Plan Institute

http://www.planinstitute.ca/

Plan Institute supports individuals with disabilities and their families by providing educational material and initiatives, collaborating on community-based projects and engaging with a wide array of partners to host innovative initiatives for change.

Services (listed alphabetically)

http://easterseals.ca/english/access-2-entertainment-card
Access 2 Entertainment personalized card provides free admission for support persons accompanying persons with disabilities to movie theatres across Canada

Heal With Horses

www.healwithhorses.ca

EAL is a holistic therapeutic approach where individuals partner with horses for the purpose of making positive changes in their lives. The professional facilitator guides and supports the individual through various activities with the horse. The “relationship” between human and horse is utilized in place of “talk therapy”, where you “talk” and a therapist “listens”.


The Horse Boy website is: www.horseboyworld.comWe are also planning a movie screening for the documentary movie of the Horse Boy on the evening of June 26th at the Regent Theatre in Picton.
Any help you can give to circulate and help bring awareness to this very special method would be greatly appreciated.

Kindly,
Suzanne Latchford

Music Mates

Program for Special Needs Children and Adults

613-453-8134 or email musicmakerskingston@gmail.com 

At MusicMates, we work together to create music. By working cooperatively together, we make new friends, practice important social skills and even learn sign language! Please note that subsidies are available. If you need financial assistance, just send us an email!

Please click here to visit our website and register!

We look forward to making music with you!

 






Soft Clothing

Sensory Store Canada

This past summer I discovered a company in the U.S. called Soft Clothing that designs adaptive clothing for children with tactile sensory sensitivities. I ordered my son some of the clothing and he LOVED it. Soft Clothing is tagless, has flat seams, wide collars, no zippers or buttons, encased elastic waistbands, is veggie-dyed and is bio-washed cotton so it's super soft. Bio-washing removes all of the microscopic burrs from the material that sensitive kids tend to react to.

 

When I realized that no one in Canada was selling this clothing I decided to bring it to Canada myself. So I now offer Soft Clothing through Sensory Store Canada. 

 

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