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Independence Day Clothing, An Answer For Kids With Autism

A Madison Mother who saw her severely autistic son, Liam struggle for years to get dressed in the morning has turned that problem into a winning idea. She has founded Independence Day Clothing for those who need a little helping hand whether they are young or old. Lauren Thierry has put fashion into reversible clothing that goes on correctly no matter how it is worn. Thierry’s clothing even has pockets for a GPS tracking device because often times those with autism wander away. Like most growing wonderful ideas and products they all need backers and Thierry is looking for some. Take a look at this wonderful idea which could help so many people across the country with issues getting dressed even the elderly.